It’s still January and you may have already forgotten your new year’s resolution. Don’t despair! Resolve to always be resolving. That sounds terrible, but it’s actually sort of liberating. You don’t need a specific day of the year to start to change your life. You can resolve to do something differently anytime. And you can decide to do these things for an hour, a day, a week. Then see if you want to continue. Vowing to overhaul your life on January 1 and trying to stick with the changes forever is a tall order. A resolution need not be punishing. It doesn’t have to involve curbing appetites or behaviors unless you want it to. And the resolution doesn’t need to be big. It can be small and boring and meaningful only to you. There’s always a clean slate. There’s a blank canvas ahead. How will you fill it?
Teach us to number our days, that we may gain a heart of wisdom.
What does it mean to you to resolve to always be resolving? How can you apply your thoughts about this?
There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens.
With the Lord a day is like a thousand years, and a thousand years are like a day.
2 Peter 3:8
True life is lived when tiny changes occur.
All things are difficult before they are easy.
Good things take time.
Any change, even a change for the better, is always accompanied by discomforts.
Change, like healing, takes time.
Change begins at the end of your comfort zone.
Roy T. Bennett
he greatest discovery of all time is that a person can change his future by merely changing his attitude
If you know what you want to achieve in life, then you are more inspired to change for the better