Yes,if only for the remembrance of potentials. To acquire something, anything, one needs desire, initially, that is, so the New Year Resolutions list is a list of desire, a potential not yet realized, and also, in the deepest sense, areas that one needs to work on.
I would say they are of value, as long as you mean these resolutions sincerely at the time you declare them. There is no shame in trying and failing, as you know. There is... well, not quite "shame," but stagnation, in not invoking higher standards for oneself and trying to meet them.
Only if they are legitimate and not wishful or unrealistic. They should be goals that you feel you can attain, and things that you know you'll work for. Many people make resolutions every year that are either too much for them, or they're just too unmotivated to finish. So the value rests in whether or not they feel the motivation to do what it takes to get it done.
by peachy4 years ago
Do you still list out your New Year Resolutions?I have done dozens of new year resolutions yearly but never able to accomplish any of them. Gave u this year. I think next year, I won't be making one either. Do you still...
by ngureco8 years ago
Why is it that most New Year resolutions do not work?
by simeonvisser7 years ago
How determined are you to keep your New Year's resolutions... this time?
by indiareport8 years ago
One of the wierdest New Year Resolution I have read somewhere is from a Drug Addict : "I will find a new drug dealer", I would have expected "I will quit drugs".
by Olorunlana6 years ago
To stand out among others in the year 2011
by JP Carlos4 years ago
Do you still believe in New Year resolutions?Do you still make list or do you think it's just a waste of time?
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