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2021: New Year, New Resolutions
Dated: December 31 2020
Globally, the concept of the New Year has been sort of anti-climactic. With COVID-19 cases spiking and the discovery of a new strain, it comes as no Surprise that most people are not looking forward to the New Year. Many people are afraid that the year 2021 would be as distraught and horrible as the past year has been. Upon reading some surveys and checking on gathered information, it is said that more people are less hopeful about the future for 2021. It is the lowest result since 2009.
However, in order to move forward with the New Year, collectively, more people should focus on the positive side of things. First off, there is a viable vaccine that has been used all over the world today. It may not mean much for some, but this is a huge leap forward for mankind. It could be a big opportunity for all of us to be able to see the end of this pandemic. Second, as human beings, it is in our nature that we are truly resilient, and no matter the consequences we face, we will always rise above. Lastly, we should all remember that life is the result of what we do with it. Basically, it boils down to us, we have the chance to change the course of how the year 2021 will turn out.
So, let’s take a pause and re-evaluate the past year and keep our eyes leaned on how amazing 2021 will be. We can make it a great year by changing our perspective and ideals. It’s not too late to right a New Year’s resolution, don’t hesitate. Take that leap of faith.
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