WHAT MORE CAN YOU ASK FOR THE NEW YEAR?

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What More Can You Ask For The New Year?


In a few days, year 2019 is about to end.

Like all of us , we all look forward to a better and prosperous new year - 2020. 

As we all anticipate the new year, let us ponder over the meaningful and memorable events that has transpired in our lives during the year 2019.


People   (photo credit)                                        
People cross your paths daily.

We tend to remember significant people who have one way or the other influenced our perceptions of life.

Whether these people were good to us or not so good, we all learn from these people experiences.
         
it has been a year since i had moved back in the pacific islands of the Philippines, the process of settling down with the environment was an experience. I had to re-establish myself into the system and in the process i have met new faces.

In the process i had dealt with a mix of genuine, sincere people and the type  who's true color appeared with the tendency to take advantage.

We learn to accept that the people mix cannot be perfect.

We will remember people who have inspired all of us through their work, deeds and accomplishments while we also avoided destructive and negative people that can ruin our daily lives.

The effect of the social media in today's lives is staggering. Through the social medial we have noticed people who tend to be more interested with themselves through all their selfies.

Some had to carelessly take their selfies to the extreme that resulted to their untimely demise.

Their social posts kept us entertained and it was like reading through their private lives. Matters that should remain private are being shared to the public that should not be the case.

We have experienced people go. Some suddenly leave us without any warning. Family, friends or even a neighbor who was just seen the other day suddenly passed on and left us. 

I lost an older brother February of this year who had visited the United States to spend the 2018 Christmas holidays with his family. Unexpectedly he passed on in the US due to illness.

Our social media can sometimes be like the obituary. We can be caught unprepared to know of the passing of relatives, friends and acquaintances through the news feed.

The fact that all of us will also leave this world can remind us that what matters most is how we all live our present lives, enjoy whatever we have in life and stop dwelling on our worries about the past and the future.

We all live only once in this wonderful world, so let us start living the present and be more grateful for what we have and for the people around us.

Moral Lesson: 
Always appreciate the good 
people around us that are always ready 
to help us make our lives more meaningful....

Avoid toxic and negative people 
that are always interested in their
 welfare and not yours....and will enjoy your failure....

Work Place (photo credit)
Many, like you are investing many years of their precious and productive lives in their respective work places. Your work place is actually your second home.

Most like you may have succeeded in being resilient in their work places in spite of the daily grind and mishaps.

We have learned a good lesson to be less ideal and be less perfectionists within our work places. Would you agree? This issue can be frustrating if we insist to expect much from our work places.

Like you, I came to realize for the nth time, that we really cannot expect much changes to happen within our work places. Top management is also not perfect.

I believe that as long as we have tried our very best in improving the quality and the delivery of our work, this is more than enough.

Having a work - life balance has its benefits. We must learn to enjoy and maximize our private time with our families and friends. A lot of people are failing on this aspect.  

Unreasonable workaholics will attempt to remedy a volatile situation when it is already too late to mend broken relationships.

We can make sacrifices for the sake of our love for our work, but not to take for granted the people around us to the point of compromising relationships.

Moral Lesson:
We all learn to have a more
positive attitude and sharper perspective  in our work places. 
Making sure relationships are not to be compromised.


We all sacrifice and work hard in order to have and maintain a wonderful home.

With this year's Christmas holiday, i had the chance to stay home most of the time (avoiding the stressful crowd and traffic). I had the chance to watch from a youtube channel about the homeless that live in the streets, cars and motor homes.

A  serious social problem that is no longer existing in third world countries but surprisingly also within developed western countries.

Surely, you also have noticed this serious social problem around you.

We must appreciate the fact some of us are blessed with roofs on our head that protect our families from the elements. It does not really matter whether our homes is a villa, a palace or a small home.

We can notice a lot of big and beautiful houses but are  found to be empty in terms of people and happiness.

Moral Lesson:
Let us not take our homes for granted.
We are blessed with our home surrounded by love and family,
including our beloved pets.


Wishing you all Happy Holidays and 
All The Best for the New Year 2020

Great Ideas Infinite Possibilities



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