The Birth of New Visions

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March 17, 2021

The Birth of New Visions

The Birth of New Visions

Idleness is a killer and the indolent man would always be at the mercy of the diligent. Favour is good but the borrower is always a slave to the lender. Diligence opens the doorway to abundance just as laziness enriches the tent of the idle with poverty.

One year is almost gone and another lurks around the corner. There is not so much you can do about that which is past, but you can at least identify and take steps to right your wrongs and correct your mistakes. To make the same mistakes over and over is nothing short of folly.

To gain momentum early, we must start early. We cannot afford to wait until the new year begins. If we allow the year to begin before we do, then the year would have cheated us. Make your plans and prayerfully too. Set goals and make them realistic by breaking them into smaller, more manageable fragments. Don’t be afraid to dream big; it is better to expect much and get only a little of it than to expect nothing and get all of the nothing. Perhaps if you aim for the stars, you may land at the moon, but to never aim at all, for fear of failing is the one true mark of men who have condemned themselves to failure.

Begin to prepare to breath in the fresh air of the new year, and with it, the birth of new visions.