New Years Resolutions, Redux

So, I've been reading more "zen stuff", and taking it to heart more than I ever had in the past. When the student is ready, and all that...

It's gotten me thinking about the goals that I set for myself at the beginning of the year. I decided to do the Anthony Robbins "rocking chair" test, and think about what I would say about my life in my old age. ...I had trouble doing that: it didn't feel right. Instead, I thought back to my life-thus-far. I've largely enjoyed it. I am largely proud of it. If my life ended here, I would be content to say, "yup, I done good."

I asked myself why. The answer surprised me. So I've decided to re-write my goals to reflect what I've learned. Here are my new-New Year's resolutions:

  1. Be a good person.

1 comment:

r_b_bergstrom said...

So, now that you've achieved all your worldly goals, what's next?