I don’t really do resolutions, so this challenge has been a tough one for me.
When I was twenty-three, I had a month of solitude. During this quiet period, I came up with my “meaning of life.” I was able to distil the meaning of life (for me) into two parts. One is to be a lifelong learner, to be continually evolving and open, not just intellectually, but also emotionally. The other is to have a positive impact upon others, to be a positive force in the world…. to be kind, compassionate, and empathetic. Now, at forty-four, I resolve to continue on this path.
I resolve to continue to exercise daily, eat a healthy diet, and get my nightly eight-hours of sleep. I will continue to practice “being in the now.” I will continue to follow my bliss, walking in nature and photographing the beautiful things I see.
I resolve to secure income-providing work opportunities. If anyone hears of a part-time work for a nature-loving MBA with an employment background in international marketing, please let me know. I also have a strong financial background, with enough accounting units to sit for the CPA exam. I’m open to receiving leads!
I resolve to continue to be the best mom, wife, daughter, and sister that I can possible be.
I resolve to continue to create community and facilitate friendships through the two nature-oriented social groups that I created in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Now how do I express all this in a photo?
Did you create resolutions for 2013?
To see the challenge… Weekly Photo Challenge: Resolved