As 2009 draws to a close, we turn our attention away to the New Year, as we have many hopes for better times, whether it’s health, happiness, success or whatever our wishes may be. At each year’s change, we witness the symbolism of this time passing, in that of an elderly man, named, “Father Time”, who passes on the charge of the upcoming year to “Baby New Year”.
While we anticipate new and innovative changes, let us honor the wisdom and knowledge received, in the year we are about to leave. Just like any new baby, a life yet to be lived can be joyous in the discovery; however, we can also prevent some of life’s bumps and bruises, based on lessons learned from previous experiences.
Thank you, Father Time, for helping us to find our way.
Wishing you much cheer in the New Year, each and every day! Wanda