2006
01.01

New Year

I don’t say Happy ’cause it’s each one’s business. Now, for some it’s time to take stock of the past year. I myself prefer to make this evaluation every day. Don’t say “it’s been a good year”, but “it’s been a good day”.

If I were to look back to this past year, I’ll conclude it’s been positive to me. There’s been changes I never planned and, looking back -a thing I shouldn’t but still do-, have helped me a lot in my life.

But it’s just an ilusion created by a number in a calendar. Every day something starts and something ends. Every day someone is born and someone dies. Waiting for the new year to take stock of the past one and planning new goals that later will fall into the oblivion ’till the next christmas is a waste of your precious time.

If you want a sentence to sum up the past year: ‘Carpe Diem‘ (Take the chance everytime)
If you want a goal for the new year: ‘Carpe Diem‘.

And if you want me to wish you something, ‘May this year be better than the past one‘. But not better during this year. May be better right now.

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  1. Estoy de acuerdo. Siempre es mejor disfrutar del momento que hacer planes que casi nunca se cumplen. Los días pasan rápido y no podemos despistarnos. La juventud es un tesoro demasiado valioso.

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  2. Have a prosperous 2006 and THANK YOU for making the Captcha! plugin for WordPress. It’s a very useful script.

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