As we come to the end of the year, we are drawn to look back. The amount of time spent will be determined by the events and how much we were affected.
Personal events quickly come to mind. What has taken place around us?
As we look at events, we find ourselves starting down the “rabbit hole”. It is easy to avoid reflecting on anything that does not appear to affect us personally.
Many excuses can be offered.
I have everything I need; I am too old to receive much damage from what is taking place.
If it becomes a problem someone will fix it; it’s not my problem. There exist uneven portions of “the good, bad and the ugly.”
Unfortunately, the year-end reflection can teach us all lessons.
Whether or not we choose to acknowledge their existence, they deserve attention. If our individual behavior can make things better, we should do our part.
Happy New Year
Note: Beloved Spouse is guest blogger