A WOMAN WITH SPIRITUAL ISSUES
- Published: Monday, 08 June 2009 05:35
A New Year always heralds a new beginning. That’s why we make New
Year’s resolutions – because we feel that we’re a year older, a year
wiser, and the opportunity for change for the better is signaled by the
New Year’s Eve drop of the Times Square glitter ball (or, up here in
Toronto, the lighting up of the CN Tower).
However, in these hesitant times, I can understand why people might wonder how will we be able to cope – and even thrive – in the New Year? Well, here’s the secret to making 2009 work for you: You’ve got to know how to move from “me” to “we”.