I visited “God’s Window” last year… at the highest viewing point you get the most amazing view of the tree plantations stretching as far as you can see… and beyond the horizon.
What does one do when sitting in a dark room with nothing but a torch and a camera? Illuminate your hands and take a photo… not easy when you only have two hands, but very satisfying when you finally pull it off.
I’m not one for making new year’s resolutions… I feel that a lot of focus is placed on concocting a list of goals that are often neglected and soon forgotten a couple of month’s in.
Perhaps its the cynic in me, but I get the sense that those who set New Year’s resolutions, also set themselves up for annual disappointment and guilt as they reflect and realise that – yet again – they have failed to fulfil everything they resolved to do.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for self-improvement, personal development, and generally upgrading yourself. However, I view change as constant, it doesn’t begin and end with each annual cycle. I would rather focus on my mid-long term goals and commit myself to the incremental changes I need to make to get there; whether it takes me a week, month, year or a couple of year’s (that’s beside the point) – I’ll persevere.
So in approaching this challenge, I took a closer look at the meaning of resolved / resolution…
Adjective: Firmly determined to do something.
Synonyms: determined – resolute – decided – firm – set – purposeful
“You can do it!” – Rob Schneider
What more can I say?
I’m sure we all remember our days of hide and seek, peek-a-boo, etc. There’s just nothing like the look on a child’s face when caught by surprise.
Yes it’s a clutch bag, no it’s not mine!
Adjective: Very fine in texture or structure; of intricate workmanship or quality.
Synonyms: tender – dainty – fine – nice – frail – subtle – subtile