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Where Do We Go from Here? or It's Never To Late!

Updated on October 4, 2011

It’s your choice, it’s all up to you…

Happy New Year! Just in case no one has wished you one yet. So, where do we go from here you might ask. It’s just another day. We’ve just started another new year, just like we’ve done every year about this time as far back as you and I can remember. I guess the difference is in the way you look at it. Have you thought about any resolutions? You know, something in your life that you would like to change and you’re just looking for a good time or place to stop or start. The New Year is a great place for this, a time of remembrance, a turning point if you will. I hereby or herewith resolve___________ _____ ________ - then you just fill in the blanks. See, that wasn’t so bad, was it? Usually the hardest part is the getting started.

I Pledge
I Pledge

It’s not a goal unattainable...

Wikipedia defines a New Year’s resolution as: … a   commitment   that an individual makes to a personal goal, project, or the reforming of a   habit.” Also saying, “men achieved their goal 22% more often when they engaged in   goal setting, (a system where small measurable goals are being set; such as, a pound a week, instead of saying "lose weight"), while women succeeded 10% more when they made their goals public and got support from their friends.”   No matter how you do it, It’s not a goal unattainable.  But like everything else in life that’s worthy of accomplishment, it takes a little work.  The goal has to be worth the effort to succeed.

Have you ever made a resolution and kept it?

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you've got the time...
you've got the time...

a starting point

Maybe you say, “Why bother, I’m happy with my life just the way it is…” Who are you trying to kid? There is no one on the planet that would not do something differently if they had the opportunity, so if everyone else would change something in their lives, why not just admit it, you too would do some things differently if you got the chance or had the motivation. That’s why most people make resolutions at the first of each year; it’s a time of rebirth or a starting point, a fresh start. But some things are hard to change and some habits are hard to break. Anytime you seek a change in desire, it calls for a change in behavior. No one said it would be easy and if you could talk to some people that started making changes in their lives just two days ago some will say it’s impossible, while others will say they made the choice and they are going through with their decisions to change. Some will join support groups. Some have family members that have been right where you are right now and will encourage the efforts.

you're the one to benefit for it…

Well, you might say, “the New Year is over…” and I would say, “just by a couple of days.” It’s still close enough and if you are serious about the change, Go for It, you’ll be the one to benefit from it…

© SamSonS


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  • James A Watkins profile image

    James A Watkins 

    7 years ago from Chicago

    Let us all love the Lord and each other better this year than last. Here here!!

  • samsons1 profile imageAUTHOR


    7 years ago from Tennessee

    thank you Anjili for your refreshing and aspiring comments. New Years can be a most challenging time in our lives.


  • Anjili profile image


    7 years ago from planet earth, a humanoid

    Happy new year samsons1,

    It is indeed the best time to start what we've been aspiring to do and also make fresh commitments on broken resolutions. Your article also reminded me of things I truly would do differently if given a second chance. Thanks for the cool hub. God bless

  • samsons1 profile imageAUTHOR


    7 years ago from Tennessee

    thanks cristina327 for your gracious comments and remarks and likewise I wise you a most blessed New Year...

  • cristina327 profile image

    Maria Cristina Aquino Santander 

    7 years ago from Manila

    I wish you a happy and blessed New Year. I hope you will have a much blessed 2011. It is never too late to start something new anyway life is a life-long learning process. Great hub indeed and thank you for sharing it here at Hubpages. Blessings and regards.

  • samsons1 profile imageAUTHOR


    7 years ago from Tennessee

    thank Tammy L thanks for your visit and I'll have to check that out...

  • Tammy L profile image

    Tammy L 

    7 years ago from Jacksonville, Texas

    Happy New Year to you too, Sam. I, personally, don't make any resolutions for the new year. My first 2011 hub is about why.

    God Bless.

  • samsons1 profile imageAUTHOR


    7 years ago from Tennessee

    thank you craftdrawer for your friendship, your visit and your nice comments, and here's wishing you and yours a wonderful New Year also. I like to crochet so I'm heading your way...

  • craftdrawer profile image


    7 years ago

    Wonderful writing! I enjoyed reading your Hub. May you have a wonderful year!

  • samsons1 profile imageAUTHOR


    7 years ago from Tennessee

    thank you Becca and I wish you the same, loved your last hub and I'm going back to do some revision...

  • Rebecca E. profile image

    Rebecca E. 

    7 years ago from Canada

    happy new year, and hope this one will be the best ever. Great hub.

  • samsons1 profile imageAUTHOR


    7 years ago from Tennessee

    Hi Judi, Happy New Year to you and thanks for your kind comments. I hope Jesus comes back this year.


  • Judicastro profile image


    7 years ago from birmingham, Alabama

    Hi Samson! Happy new year to you too!! It truly is never too late. I said that too in my new years hub, only it related to "vision". It's never too late to find God's vision for you. That could line up with a resolution couldn't it. I resolve to persevere in the vision God has given me! Have a blessed and full of promise new year Samson my friend!

  • samsons1 profile imageAUTHOR


    7 years ago from Tennessee

    thanks Bro Dave for your kindness. Happy New Year! I've actually started 6 or 7 more articles but don't know how soon I'll publish any of them.


  • Dave Mathews profile image

    Dave Mathews 

    7 years ago from NORTH YORK,ONTARIO,CANADA

    samsons1: Voted up and useful. Well I see you ar off to a good start here with your first hub of 2011. I'm afraid I have brain lock in this area at present.

  • samsons1 profile imageAUTHOR


    7 years ago from Tennessee

    *thanks Susan for you nice comment. You must keep late, late hours to find this one first...

    *and thank you matt6v33 for your encouraging and challenging remarks...

    *thank you my dear brother for your share and yes, thank God there is hope for 'all hope is from above.'


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    William Kovacic 

    7 years ago from Pleasant Gap, PA


    Happy New Year to You. I've made some resolutions. It's day four of the New Year and I already broke it. Is there any help?

  • matt6v33 profile image


    7 years ago from Bangkok, Thailand

    Hello Young Man,

    U R oh so right!

    For God, has blessed ole Foolish Man, with the "Power" to choose, His own thoughts, and actions.(Free Morale Agent). For This New Year, I pray Man, will Choose, to be Wise, and Follow the Ways of the Lord, His creator, V. their own ways!

    Great Hub, Sir....

    Keep Writing, ok? Many need u, out there!


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