it’s the end of the year…
a lot of people are looking back.
an intention of reflection.
i have been thinking.
made from looking back
at what i think
that i need to do better,
a plain renewal
of commitment to faith in the Lord.
more of a giving and laying-it-all-down time.
not looking back
not making plans
not thinking of what i want
not a list of what i should do
bowing down in a prayer of renewal
Thank you for sharing. I don't do resolutions anymore either, but I choose a word each year that focuses my spirit on the ways I feel that I want to grow. 2010 was about wisdom. 2011 is about faith. Happy New Year!
I've told you before how much I enjoy your blogging and facebook appearances. And I still have been unable to determine whether you're a poet, an artist, photographer, or ? You excel at fresh, original thought and I always have appreciated your contributions. I also want to thank you for the comments you've made and the encouragement you've offered while I bumbled along trying to say something meaningful and then find a way to get it online. Best to you in all your new days and new years. donkimrey
i think that just might be the perfect way to bring in the new year
Sounds like an excellent idea!:)
What good thoughts Nance. I think it a perfect way to look at the new year – on our knees.
Lovely, that thought of renewal in all its forms in the New Year.
Beautiful post Nancy.
on our knees is a good place to be …
good idea :-)
yes, just melt right in…that image is of a glass sculpture outside of the museum of glass in tacoma, washington.http://www.museumofglass.org/
How about we just dissolve with each new year?Dissolve in His Love.Blessings.(love that header image. and what is this post image?)
~thanks, michael.~hi glynn, i would like to see a post on your year of blessings. it will be a sign of God's grace and His children's promised eternity with Him.and, as of now, i have totally given-up doing resolutions.~Love
Good post, nancy, I'm doing one tomorrow – a look back at blessings (I don't do resolutions).