Ten Spiritual New Year’s Resolutions for 2005

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The following resolutions are all encompassing, and allow you to access power that lays dormant in most of us.  The power behind them will be a catalyst for many blessings in your life.

Although many people think of or write down resolutions for the New Year, you’ll get an added push of resolve if you actually state them out loud.

1.    I solemnly affirm to make spirituality a priority in my life.

2.    I solemnly affirm to think about the people in my life, the benefits I get from them, and the spark of Godliness in them.

3.    I solemnly affirm to pray/meditate every day for the world to be a little bit better.

4.    I solemnly affirm not to speak ill of anyone.

5.    I solemnly affirm to do something for someone sometime without them knowing about it.

6.    I solemnly affirm to send an anonymous donation to a charity.

7.    I solemnly affirm to feel good about myself, and to hell with what anyone else thinks about me.

8.    I solemnly affirm to turn my cell phone off when appropriate to do so.

9.    I solemnly affirm not to forward questionable “urban legend” emails to all my friends.

10. I solemnly affirm to give gifts that the recipient really wants, not gifts that I want them to have.