2020 is over. You made it!
If nothing else, 2020 tried to force-feed a few universal lessons down our collective throats. I hope you are changed for the better. I hope you learned some things about yourself and your relationships. I hope you learned how to adapt, and I hope you learned the value of family, community, health, and rest. More than anything, I pray 2020 didn’t take more than it gave.
For sure, it’s been a challenging year, and I want to congratulate you for making it through all the stumbling blocks placed in your way. You are still standing, and you should be proud.
The new year may or may not be a shining beacon for mankind. Undoubtedly, coronavirus and economic downturns will still be a threat, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be a fantastic year.
I wish for you the precious things that money cannot buy. May you have an abundance of joy, peace, love, faith, and courage in 2021 to carry you through the incredible and troubling times. You can flourish and shine. You can succeed. Just promise yourself to never lose sight of the big picture or the important things.
Hold on, this year is going to be a great ride!