resolution

With 2010 just days away. Everyone's setting a resolution to keep themselves on track at least for the early months of 2010. The problem with resolutions is they are given in a manner leaving too much room for interpation and therefore laziness due to over-modification.

What is a resolution? In terms of the new year's a resolution is a goal for the year. However, webster defines a resolution as a finish or the end of plot/story. Resolutions are
often changed because they are too hard and couldn't be completed the previous year. This is due again to over-modification and a vague picture.

My goals for 2010:
1) Publish Emotions Volume 2: Better Days
2) Win Mundials
3) Make Purple Belt

I list them in order of importance NOT the order of completion desired. This allows goals to carry over into 2011 if for some reason, they aren't completed in 2010.

The truth is there is really no END, which is what a resolution is by definition. There are two schools of thought. Some say you die and go to the afterlife and some say you die and become one with the earth. Either, way did your life really END? Did you die or transform?

The point is don't focus on the end, focus on the continuation because the world won't stop just because things didn't go the way you planned.

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