Sad Resolution or Commendable Goal?

I got sucked in. By a headline. It’s a sad day folks, I not only got sucked into a headline, it was one about one of the Kardashian crew. Yes, I’m sad, for me.
However, I couldn’t stop myself, it said that Kourtney’s New Years Resolutions were sad. I had to see what a sad New Years Resolution was.
I was sucked in. By a headline. For the secular world I can see why her goals for the coming year were sad. She actually expressed a desire to have a deeper relationship with Jesus, to continue with her fitness goals and be the best mother she could be. To work on her, not worry about how others perceive her.
Is there a higher goal for a Christian? To seek a deeper relationship with the one who gave His all for us? Why would anyone call that sad? I call that commendable, I was actually a little heartened to read it. I pray she can keep it up in the materialist world she lives in.
Of course this set me off to look at my goals for 2016, I have one specific goal, which I will not post at this time.
I am contemplating a change, a different path, for myself, I have shared it with a few people and they have told me they think it’s a great goal. I can’t wait to share it with you all.
Look for it at the end of January or beginning of February.
My New Years Eve evening will be quiet and fun, I am spending it in my home with Tess. One of the best ways I can think of to ring in the new year.
In case you’re wondering, the Irishman will be at work.
There is so much I am looking forward to in the new year, on so many fronts, personally, professionally, entertainment wise, it’s just going to be a great year.
I would love to see what goals you will be working on in the new year, please feel free to comment.

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