First Born Sunlight in This 2012 Year

Whenever we see newborn babies, everyone is happy. Babies are always signs of new hope, new chance, new spirit. Having babies are like having new chance to start nurturing something anew, watching as he will grow into his destiny, if nurtured well.

Now the first sunlight has been emerged at the first day of 2012, giving the same new hopes for the peoples around the world to contemplate, and make resolution about what to achieve through the year 2012. Many grateful for whatever happened in 2011, but some also grieving about failures. Whatever it is, let’s keep the hopes high and walk through 2012 with straight head.

One important reminder is that whatever your resolution is, make sure you keep it. This is to make sure that you will have belief in the promise you made. So many people stuck in failures that whatever promises they made, deep down in their heart, they never believe that they will achieve it, or have will to achieve it. This is proven to be the worst demotivation at all, because this is an error lies on oneself, not intimidation coming from the outside. The only one way to fight this demotivational is to prove that it’s wrong, by keeping your promises to yourself. Promise you made to yourself is as important as promise you made to other people, and you must treat it such: fulfill it! Treat yourself as a separate person which demand the fulfillment of the promises through the year 2012 that will bring suitable punishment or worthy prize according to the progress you made. You have to treat yourself harsher than other people treat you, because the wise said:

People who treat themselves hard, the world will felt easy for them.
People who treat themselves easy, the world will felt hard for them.

Let’s keep the hope high, and face 2012 with success and victory! Let’s we share success story by the end of 2012. Happy new year everyone!

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2 comments on “First Born Sunlight in This 2012 Year

  1. “Having babies are like having second chance to correct and achieving something that we, as parents, couldn’t achieve it or haven’t completed it yet”

    That is a pretty dangerous misconception about having a child.

    • Indeed, that’s a pretty dangerous concept. Sadly, that’s a pretty common concept around us. Fortunately, that’s only an idiom for illustration in this article, not a main topic. If it’s a main topic, surely I will discuss it differently. but thanks though. To avoid further confusion, I have revise it to a more proper words. 🙂

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