It's the first day of 2023; have you made your resolutions yet?

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2023-01-01 14:26

By Carolyn Yeager

I'VE JUST COMPLETED MINE. I got sidetracked from my original intention, and had to change what I had in mind for that reason. Now I'm in more traditional territory - my #1 resolution is to stop procrastinating, or to make great improvements in reducing it. Already today I heard myself saying, "Not today ... tomorow will be a better day to do it." I realized I say that EVERY DAY several times and it always feels convincing. However, the best time to do everything is now, when I think of it. I don't have to make a big production of it. Just do it. But everything has become a 'big production' for me. This I want to stop.

I spoke to a friend my age today and upon telling him my first response was "Not today, tomorrow will be better" he immediately said, "I say that everyday." Of course, I said, So do I. Everyday, the very same thing, and I always accept it as if it were true. It's not how long I might live, but how much longer I'll have what it takes to carry out this clean-up of areas that I don't want to leave as they are. I could, of course, but I don't want to. I was strongly reminded of that the last three days of 2022 in a way that I couldn't possibly miss, or say "tomorrow will be better." The day that more time will no longer be an option is not that far away, apparently, so I need to get started now.

I always believed I would be told/warned; it wouldn't come on me as a surprise. But it IS a surprise to realize I've now been told! Kind of humorous, actually. It changes my perspective.

It was hard for me to post these words I just wrote directly on this page; I wanted to put it off, to make more out of it. To have a bigger "plan."  But then I'd be continuing to drag it around with me instead of being done with it, and on to the next thing, so in doing that I'm punishing myself! I don't want to do that, so this is all you're getting.

I want to wish all my readers a very happy New Year, of course, but especially in the sense that you can make some positive commitments (ie. resolutions) that will make your life happier and healthier this coming year. My feeling is that 2023 will turn out to be much better that 2022. You might say, How could it not since 2022 has been so awful. But look at this: 2022 adds up to a six, while 2023 adds up to seven! It's baked in! Have a heavenly Seven year.




Happy New Year to you too, Carolyn. I look forward to your continued incisive posts and comments re WW2!

Happy New Year. Thank you for devoting your life to truth and sharing it with the world. The heroes, today, are the revisionists who have given humanity a gift that can never be destroyed. The Holocaust is a lie- it seems self evident at this point. Thanks for being part of this courageous movement.

Carolyn, your work has inspired me to a great extent and also many countless others.For this reason, the website and its archives must remain freely available in perpetuity. I deeply thank you for your unyielding dedication to Our Cause, what many would call our life's purpose.
Best wishes in the New Year to you and all fellow Europeans!

And a Happy New year to you Carolyn. Just wanted to say thanks for all your hard work exposing the truth, and may all your New Year's wishes come true!

Carolyn - Thank you for sharing your wisdom, and your reflections on daily life.  You have become a wise elder to me, through following your work and your commentary in other forums.  Please be well; and best wishes for 2023!

Thanks so very much for sharing. You read me right! I'm gratified.