Happy New Year

21 Dec
May 2013 find you laughing aloud with pure joy. Brimming Over by Steve Henderson

May 2013 find you laughing aloud with pure joy. Brimming Over by Steve Henderson

I’m not a New Year’s resolution type of person; I’m guessing that you aren’t either.

That being said, there is a resolution that all of us can make — indeed should make — and for me to use the word “should,” shows how important this resolution is:

Think for ourselves.

Not just in how or what we do in our art, nor where or how we market it, although that’s a great start. We live in a transitional economy, and what worked prior to 2008 isn’t working the same now, and indeed, may never do so again.

But to succeed as artists, citizens, and human beings, it’s crucial that we constantly ask ourselves why we do what we do, and why we believe what we believe. While this may seem painfully simplistic, generally the simple things in life are the most complex.

With thsi in mind, I invite you to check out I’m a Believer — You Are Too, my end-of-the-year Middle Aged Plague article.

Merry Christmas, and Happy New Year, to you and yours. May you be richly blessed.

— Carolyn

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One Response to “Happy New Year”

  1. sethsnap December 22, 2012 at 12:19 am #

    Wow, amazing!

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