Thoughts on the year gone and what’s ahead
Another year has come and gone, and I reflect and wonder what kind of footprint did I leave.
Things undone, things predicted and accomplished. Supportive? Divisive? Promises kept? Homage paid and gratitude for my spirituality? Forgiveness?
Should one always expect to declare a dividend or balance the budget?
Surely the answers must be a resounding yes. Otherwise, one has to have been standing still.
What of the year to come? A rare second chance? A gift to try again?
Kinder? Listening with active understanding? Eye contact for sure? Accomplishments by changing things for the better and, most of all, to abide by the best slogan I have heard for many years:
“Make someday today”
Evans accepts new Government job
Woman rider’s injuries not life-threatening
Driving ban for woman after crash
Eyesore exposes preferential treatment
Child welfare expert hits out at sentence
Oleander buys Suzuki Cycles
A clear danger to our communities
Doctor deploys keto diet to fight obesity
Silence surrounds gang contract cancellation
Organ recipient urges others to donate
Simons urges Rabain to ‘come clean’
Trauma treatment key to ending gang violence
Schroders targets wealth management growth
Evans settlement still to be finalised
Consular section of US Consulate closed
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