December 31, 2011
It’s New Years Eve, a cause for celebration. A symbol that all things from 2011 can be put away and everything begins anew. The idea is semi-idiotic, but we love its symbol of hope for better things to come. Why not make a resolution and promise to make the New Year personally better than the year we’ve left behind? There is room for much improvement in this world, so, lets celebrate: (Click the link.)
Its time to get the party started and put all cares away:
And have a toast or three to good things to come:
Here’s to the bright New Year
And a fond farewell to the old;
Here’s to the things that are yet to come
And to the memories that we hold.
In the New Year,
may your right hand always be stretched out in friendship,
but never in want.
In the year ahead,
May we treat our friends with kindness
and our enemies with generosity.
“Let us resolve to do the best we can with what we’ve got”, says
Worthy thoughts and deeds we set before us. It gives us a breath of happiness to see the numbers on the new calendar. Was the old year a good year? A bad year? We can spare for one day to set all of it aside and share with others, strangers even, a bit of nostalgia.