Now it's 2011: What's Here For You?
- Category: Holidays and Special Occasions
New Year's is a splashy holiday where people celebrate with parties and, too often, with excess. It's a time to make grand resolutions. But what about New Day's? We get a new day every 24 hours. We can follow through on our goals, make a fresh start or begin our lives in a new direction.
What looks better to you? The blast of the New Year? Or the unfolding of the New Day?
Happy New Year!
Here's the splash and glamor of explosive New Year celebrations. They are noisy, spectacular and wildly colorful. Your eating disorder recovery plans for the New Year may be wild and exaggerated as you attempt to keep up with the excitement of the holiday. Please be careful. Fireworks provide a thrilling rush. They end with cinders and a dark quiet sky. If you are too close you may get a headache or frighten your dog or child.Happy New Day!
Here's the sun, rising out of the dark night into the new day. You get this new beginning every day. Sometimes it happens behind cloud cover. Often you are asleep when the new day begins. But whatever the weather and wherever you happen to be, the earth keeps turning. The sun chases away the dark so you have a brand new day every day. Your eating disorder recovery plans for your New Day may be forgotten or neglected because you take the new day for granted. It doesn't come with fireworks and grand celebrations. But it's beautiful with a steadiness and reliability that you can learn to echo by being steady and reliable every day on your recovery path.
Happy New Year to All! Happy New Day every day to all!
May the arrival of the New Year awaken you to the passage of time and the vision of the life you want in health and freedom.
May the arrival of every New Day awaken you to the continuous stream of opportunity that always flows in and around you so you can make your desired visions a reality.