Foremost is my sincere apology to my dear readers for not posting on schedule. I have no excuse, just an explanation only because it’s some sort of public announcement. I have been preoccupied mentally and physically with getting my personal music studio and production kit together. I won’t bother you with the details but let’s just say 2013 is going to have some fresh sounds. If you don’t know already Darola raps and produces music as well and now that school is no longer stifling his creative side, he is dedicating this time to explore this creative side along with other gifted individuals. I do promise however that this wouldn’t disturb my commitment to this blog. So do keep your eyes and ears open in 2013.
Apropos the Mayan’s calendar, the fact that a calendar ends at a specific time doesn’t imply that the world would go with it, especially if you are a Christian that reads the Bible. But then the “2012” movie was awesome!!! This year for me was a good one. Even with the arduous final year that nearly took over my life completely, I’m consoled by the fact that school is done with and that I finished well. Sophie and I also got to start our blogs this year, so yeah no more posts on Facebook. My family is doing fine; I made new friends, reconnected with old ones as well and took some rewarding risks. God was faithful even when I wasn’t and that in itself is enough reason to look back thankfully with contentment.
It wasn’t all fun though, there were some really dark moments this year, the plane crash being the biggest instance of the many deaths that occurred. I know death isn’t a pleasant topic and so I remember it not for the distress it brings but in memory of all the ones that have been lost. It’s important to do so especially in this country of ours whose culture it is to forget promptly the things to be remembered the most. So how is 2013 going to be different? Do I hear a resolution? Hmmm, maybe you aren’t the type that believes in that. But really can you retrocede through 365 days and conclude there isn’t in the least one area in your life you wish you had done a lot better? We might not all be introspective but naturally towards the end of a period such as this we do have a recap of the year and there are points that come up we hope never to experience again, whether personally or collectively. You might say in earlier attempts you retrogressed in less than a week or in one month but then it’s only because you gave up too soon. Success is usually celebrated while the countless failures behind the success are kept in the shadows. All I’m saying is we should always try to be better and having a fresh start such as a new year sometimes gives us that needed motivation.
Ergo! Merry belated Christmas and a Happy New Year in advance People!!! The following year could be what you want it to be. For those with trust issues, met a lot this year, I have two things to say. First learn to distinguish the trustworthy people around you, they are the people you should trust and also we all make mistakes, so know who to take back and who not to when people wrong you. If you don’t have a resolution, here is one: Never judge people from your own point of view, we are all different so take the pain to see it from the other person’s point of view even if it seems crazy, you just might understand them better. So as the world around you gets more high-tech, high-end, high-grade, high-speed, don’t forget your high resolution! It’s what would make sure you don’t just use a better phone or have a better job, but that more importantly you also become a better person. God bless.
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