Now that Christmas and Hanukkah are both over, the next holiday on deck is the New Year. With only one week left until the end of the year, it is natural time when you think about what you have done over the last year and what you would like to do during the next year. This is why we sit down to write out New Year’s resolutions.
New Year’s resolutions are things that we want to do to improve ourselves during the next year. For many people losing weight and quitting smoking are the two most common New Year resolutions that are written. However, so is make more money and learn new things. However, while these resolutions are viable and helpful, this year why not take a more spiritual approach to your New Year resolutions.
Spiritual resolutions will help you to evolve into the type of person you want to become. These are the resolutions that will make you feel good to write about in your spiritual ethical will. For example, you can have a New Year resolution to be more charitable, to be more giving to your family or to be more involved in your kids’ lives. You can also write resolutions to be more accepting of differences, to be more open with your heart or to be more active in your community. These New Year’s resolutions will not only make you a better person, but they will also make the world a better place to live in.
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