Just for Today!

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Today, I spent some time at the Dominica Broadcasting Station, as a guest on a radio program with my Parish Priest Fr. Herman Sharplis, along with Miss Fredericka James.  We focused on issues such as Resolution making, Relationships (As relates to that with God and others) and setting Boundaries.  There I personally said that I am not keen on resolution making, but more interested in spending each day of the year given me, well.

Then, I got a message from my dear friend and it struck me.  The list of things shared therein, made me wonder whether they are not resolutions within themselves.  Though I have not quite committed to them as My Personal Resolutions for 2013, I thought sharing them with you would be a great idea.  Meanwhile, as if in a subtle manner, I can share them with myself, and safe-keep them here, as a frequent reminder with easy access. Continue reading

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Just Another Year?

ImageAge is natural, to age is inevitable.  A few days ago, I grew numerically older.  That number can be significant in the science of things.  Still it can be insignificant if I care less about what the number all means.  Whoever said that by a certain age, we should all acquire a certain amount of amenities, relationships, achievements, and the rest?   Continue reading

New year, New Rule

Growing up in the Caribbean, that famous expression “new year, new rule,” was a must at the start of a new year. I am certain it is still being said by people, though often for fun purposes.
Personally, I have no rule really for the new year, but I find it kind of funny, and figure, since this is my first post for 2012, I might as well use it. So, if you find no real rule in this post, forgive me.

Often another “R” word makes itself ubiquitous during a new year too – “Resolution.” Personally, if you ask me what is my resolution for 2012, I will tell you it is to not make a resolution. So in clearer terms, “My new year’s resolution is no resolution whatsoever.” Continue reading