I haven’t exactly been keeping this space populated the way that I would have liked to, what with all the time I invest on my valuable procrastination. Most of you think anyone can just choose to be a procrastinator, and you can not be any further from the truth. It takes hard work and dedication to convince yourself to push something till the next day; honest. I’ll tell you all about it in a future post.
For now, I would like to send out blessings to all and remind you that with the end of the year in sight, there is no happier time to celebrate. Sure, the US has been trumped, and the global political scale is resembling more of a pendulum, but we are still here, and we have another chance to change things around.
I for one had an exceptionally hard year, looked at from the kaleidoscope of first-world problems, of course. I have a beautiful home, a lovely family, and more blessings than I am comfortable to admit to. But heartache and troubles accompany us all, from the wretched to the more wretched (if you thought yourself better than a wretch, boy are you wrong.) I have two-year-old who is adapting his personality and becoming all the stronger because of it.
Through all the turmoil, I was able to spend a good amount of time with myself and have established that I, above all else, love helping others, I am still in the process of identifying how I will be able to assist others and in what capacity, but if anything, it will be my new year’s resolution to find out.
Thank you for reading this post, thank you if you had read any of my past ones. I hope this year brings with it the blog and podcast I have always wanted to produce.