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  1. Kristen Stahl

    By starting it with prayer and gratitude. By remembering others before self.

    1 year ago
  2. Malag

    Going for a slow walk with a senior dog. It could either be frustrating or could be taking the opportunity the slowness affords in order to see the beautiful detail of the day. That’s my choice.

    1 year ago
  3. MEG

    I cherish this day with a Prayer of gratitude for the blessings in 2021 and by wishing for all beings in 2022, a year of transformation and healing, a Love, Peace and Joy filled New Year. Have a Wonderful and Happy New Year !! 🙏❤️

    1 year ago
  4. mam_gigi

    I need to spend it being present and in the moment rather than dwelling overlong over past sorrows, or worrying over an uncertain future.

    I stay present by going out in nature, doing hands-on activities with my family, and thinking of others and how to help them, instead of dwelling on my own issues.

    1 year ago
  5. d

    Stay soft and open

    1 year ago
  6. Dusty Su

    By cherishing my life, year, month, week, day, moment by looking for the novel, miracles, opportunity for love!

    HAPPY NEW YEAR Dear Ones! Thank you for the gratitude companionship this past year.

    1 year ago
  7. d

    Going about my business without fear and nervous anticipation

    1 year ago
  8. Don Jones

    To bring forth the wisdom – the wisdom of humanity, of our species, is that at our very centre, nearer to you than all else, where you are coming from, what you are looking out of, is not a product of the world but the Origin of the world, the Mystery, call it what you like – Atman-Brahman, or Buddha-Nature, Allah, God, Indwelling Christ, it has many names. That is worth cherishing.

    1 year ago
  9. Mica

    I’m running the dishwasher so as not to have a load of dirty dishes to ‘welcome’ me on Jan 1 2022, and I’m wanting to have my home tidy to welcome the new year.

    1 year ago
  10. Brian

    By filling it with activities focused on meaning, purpose, connection, and care

    1 year ago
  11. Elaine

    As I do every day — with an added dollop of attention to the blessings of 2021 and by letting 2022 know that I intend to love it.

    1 year ago
  12. Carol

    I think of Carrie Newcomer’s poem that was posted on this site a few years ago.:

    Possibilities by Carrie Newcomer

    May you wake with a sense of play,
    An exultation of the possible.
    May you rest without guilt,
    Satisfied at the end of a day well done.
    May all the rough edges be smoothed,
    If to smooth is to heal,
    And the edges be left rough,
    When the unpolished is more true
    And infinitely more interesting.
    May you wear your years like a well-tailored coat
    Or a brave sassy scarf.
    May every year yet to come:
    Be one more bright button
    Sewn on a hat you wear at a tilt.
    May the friendships you’ve sown
    Grow tall as summer corn.
    And the things you’ve left behind,
    Rest quietly in the unchangeable past.
    May you embrace this day,
    Not just as any old day,
    But as this day.
    Your day.
    Held in trust
    By you,
    In a singular place,
    Called now.

    1 year ago
    1. Michele

      I love the first sentence ‘May you wake with a sense of play,’ great start of the poem:)

      1 year ago
    2. LisaBeth

      Thank you for sharing this poem. It has uplifted my outlook for the new year and I’m going to send it to a friend also.

      1 year ago
    3. Barb C

      What. a perfect poem for this question and this day. Thank you for sharing it.

      1 year ago
  13. Anjani

    Its today or never we just have to always remember that.Life is very beautiful, keep cherishing all the little moments that happen every second of your day. Today is the last day of the year, wishing for a better tomorrow is all we can do. SO just live:)
    wishing you happy new year!

    1 year ago
  14. Sherri

    Learn to cherish each day as a gift. Turn off the noise clutter. Turn away from the visual distractions. Breathe in the sense of well being and hope. Know that you are meant to be, in this moment, at this time.

    1 year ago
  15. Marnie Jackson

    Live in the moment and truly enjoy the people/activities that I am doing.

    1 year ago
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