Reflections

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  1. Tharshini

    For the coming year, my hopes and longings are for hope, having better mental-health, no more contact from ex-family, being hired for a job and not be homeless. For longings, to live in an atmosphere of light, love and laughter, to continue to explore, learn, and love and to own my own home and pet dog.

    3 months ago
  2. Marose

    Freedom. To begin again. Finally and legally leave a painful marriage.

    2 years ago
  3. Malag

    Same as I had last year: that we may move freely again and interact at less than 2 metres distance and be able to see someone’s face.

    2 years ago
  4. Maeve

    Looking forward to adventure and exploring new places, the natural world and being delighted in what I am doing and who I am meeting.

    2 years ago
  5. Kristi

    I hope to continue to enjoy the great outdoors and to have more adventures! I’ve spent too much time indoors, and have recently reconnected with the outdoors, I want to continue that healthy, peaceful habit!

    2 years ago
  6. Holly in Ohio

    My hopes and longings are for vaccinations to outrace Covid and death, like Secretariat coming from behind to win by 31 lengths!

    I hope for renewed commitment to each other and to democracy for my country, and for this I understand that we all have a role to play, to reach out with compassion to our neighbors, to others who may share different views, and who need us.

    I long for a healed planet and climate, and here also I accept that I have a duty to not just sit on the sidelines hoping for things to turn out.

    I wish for healing to come to my friends here. I am thinking of you.

    And personally, I want a big, freakin’ vegetable garden! Maybe this year the voles won’t get my sweet potatoes! 😀

    2 years ago
  7. devy

    Just watched the inauguration on tv. I have renewed hope for my friends south of the border with a leader who promotes compassion and wants to unite rather than divide.

    2 years ago
    1. Holly in Ohio

      Thank you. Me too!

      2 years ago
  8. Dusty Su

    Kindness, always kindness, for others, the planet, and self. By self, the planet, and others!

    2 years ago
  9. expati

    My memoir will draw readers into my adventure and prompt them to look at their own with fresh eyes. This will be published along with an eBook I’m creating from my blog. “Better Living in Mexico,” and “Letters From Mexico.”

    2 years ago
  10. Don Jones

    To live in an atmosphere of light, love and laughter.

    2 years ago
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    Sophie

    That society will not have been harmed by the pandemic beyond repair. That we can begin to feel some sort of hope for the future. That the most lonely of people can feel some sort of physical touch soon

    2 years ago
  12. KC

    Inner and outer peace for Mother Earth and all …

    2 years ago
  13. Mica

    That Biden and Harris and Congress can get some useful work done in these crazy times.

    2 years ago
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    Lauryn

    I hope that we can get through this pandemic. I hope that we can restore dignity to our country. I hope that I can learn to be more content with myself. I hope that I can continue to explore, learn, and love.

    2 years ago
    1. Holly in Ohio

      “…that I can learn to be more content with myself.”

      I don’t know you well, Lauryn, but I see you as a light and look forward to reading your entries. You are kind and gentle. As is with everyone, you don’t need to be perfect, or even need to be better than you are now, to be deserving of love, respect, and deserving of self-contentment. If you give kindness to yourself as I have seen you send towards others, I’m sure you will find your way to contentment.

      2 years ago
  15. O.Christina

    For the world, as so many here, it is peace, and enough food and water for the starving and the thirsty fellow people. And may the pandemic subside. For myself I hope and will be grateful for whatever I may contribute of which might serve the community and friends and loved ones. And , if I may add, in order be able to really support peace and contribute to stop hurting, to overcome my fatal reactions to the fear of being left out.

    2 years ago
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