2019 – This Year, Resolve To Be More Loving And Giving

Another new year is here. All people dream of a happy and fortuitous future. May this New Year be filled with happiness and peace, with less war and conflict than in the year gone by. It’s not enough to pray and hope for a favourable future. We should also be ready to work with alertness, determination, and self-confidence. Realizing our past mistakes and learning from them, we should move forward and work with enthusiasm. If we put in the effort, we will definitely receive God’s grace. Then, we may be able to create a world filled with goodness, peace, and love. May the New Year enable us to come closer to God, nature and our fellow beings.
All of us enjoy newness, but what is it that lends something that sense of freshness? It is when our heart has love and openness—that is when we are able to see goodness and beauty in everything.
A garden filled with fallen leaves and dry twigs will cover all the flowers and their beauty will be lost. Wild plants growing in the forest do not require watering or fertilizer. They get their nutrients naturally from the soil.
Yet, if we want the same plants to blossom after being transplanted into our garden, we will have to regularly water and nurture them. It is the same with the garden of our heart. Currently, the flowers that exude the fragrance of pure love are covered with the dead leaves of selfishness, anger, and jealousy. This prevents us from being able to awaken the goodness within us. Let us clear away hatred and jealousy and awaken positive thoughts. Let us nurture a mind that does not harbour past animosities but welcomes everything afresh. If we can do this, we will be able to see newness and beauty everywhere and discover joy in that.
Two friends were sitting in a flower garden. One thought, “My other half would be so pleased if I gave him one of these flowers!” She began thinking of him, enjoying the flower and soon became lost in dreams about the conversations they would have. Her friend, on the other hand, was reminded of a time when she had given flowers to her ex-boyfriend: “We loved each other so much. But then he left me for someone else!” Angry, she ripped out a handful of flowers, threw them down and stomped on them. Both friends saw the same flowers. The angry one could not enjoy their beauty.
Everything depends on the mind. If we have an open heart, we will be able to see the goodness in anything and enjoy its beauty.
At the end of each day, lemonade sellers, for example, will calculate exactly how many lemons they used, the quantity they sold, and how much was wasted. If sales were poor, they will reflect and find out if there is something else they could sell instead. They are constantly thinking about ways to increase their profits. Similarly, daily, just before going to bed, we should reflect on our day: “Selfish, I became angry and hurt these many people today.” And then we should earnestly resolve, “Let me not do this tomorrow.”
Nurture a mind that finds joy in loving and giving – a mind that accepts criticism with love. This should be our New Year resolution. Those who have this will never fail.
Also on a different topic, I was thankful and grateful to know that along with my articles been featured in The Melbourne Time, Entrepreneur, a local Deutsch Magazine and on paper.li and HuffPost India in 2018, my article on “How to Meditate Daily” was featured in a Chinese Psychology Magazine today. Thank you to all my readers and supporters. 1st January was indeed a really good start to 2019!
AND…HAPPY NEW YEAR to you and yours. Let’s start this year on an inspired, positive, and healthy note. I love you all! Take the very best care of yourself, know what’s important and lead with grace and gratitude. ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥

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24 thoughts on “2019 – This Year, Resolve To Be More Loving And Giving

    1. Yes! Thank you so much for reading and stopping by. I’ll check out the link provided for your blog.
      Happy New Year!
      hugs and love ❤❤❤

  1. Admire the writing style. Would need some tips though coz I need to learn how to write like that. Do the check my blogs if you get time. happy new year..

  2. Good going. As usual Good write-up, and the artwork as-well. Happy New Year Aishwarya. Keep it up.

  3. Some beautiful sentiments.
    I have given up on the “Should” to replace it with “Could”, as this is the reality of it all. People could be all the beautiful things of peace and compassion, yet we cannot argue with the truth when faced with it and not be upset. We want to shout out “DON’T GO THAT WAY!” and I hear your plea. I hope more people will not stay on the cruel path, but many do, so long as we try not to follow them.

    1. That’s a really interesting alteration – should to could. I can actually relate to your “plea.”
      Thank you for sharing your thoughts.
      Happy New Year! ✨✨✨

  4. Happy New Year!
    May 2019 be filled with joy, peace and fulfilment!
    Keep having loads of life’s fun!
    Thanks for your support!

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