My friend Gene has bravely blogged his 2008 resolutions -- http://blog.genewilburn.com/archives/23
I gave up on New Year's resolutions quite some time ago. I have nothing against them, but the concept just doesn't work for me.
It finally occurred to me that the reason may simply be that resolutions are too specific. I am far more engaged by "big" ideas, by the themes of my life.
So this year I feel the "right" thing to do is to adopt one or two guiding themes or principles as focus areas.
The first is consciousness. So much of my living seems to be on autopilot, lived in habit. I want to discover what practices, what strategies, work to let me be conscious and live in the moment.
The second I'm not so sure of, or is not so well-formed. Kindness. Or maybe Ahimsa is the better term.
Yes, the next Superior article is coming. ;)