Today on Days to Remember we celebrate how important New Years Day is for all of us.
One of my favorite poem that I like to share with you today was written in the 1800’s called, “Monday’s child,” it’s about certain days of the week about being born on a on a certain day.
If you never heard of the poem before here it is below, I was born on Sunday just to give you heads up.
Monday’s child is fair of face,
Tuesday’s child is full of grace,
Wednesday’s child is full of woe,
Thursday’s child has far to go,
Friday’s child is loving and giving,
Saturday’s child works hard for a living,
But the child who is born on the Sabbath day, is fair and wise
And good in every way.
Did you know Paul Revere, Betsy Ross and JD Salinger were all born on New Year’s Day?
Being born on certain day or time doesn’t necessarily gives you the resources to start your life the way it was meant to be, because so many wondrous things can happen to you on New Year’s Day, but if you look for it. It can never be found.
It’s important to have goals, but what I’m talking about is if you have too many questions, without the right answer. New Year’s Day won’t be inspirational to you.
Our minds are like a hidden tape recorder, that we don’t even know we possesses. Most often in times of NEW changes, we can hear that tape recorder inside of us saying, “Didn’t we try this already?”
Then tragedy strikes and we give up completely, but why should it stop there?
Did you know Ethiopian New Year called Enkutatash? It is celebrated on September 11, and as you know September 11th is when tragedy hit America during 911, which everyone stop in their feet in horror, but our lives went on not because we didn’t care, but because we are all survivors, but we never see that part of ourselves because we give up to early.
The one thing you need to hear yourself say to yourself is, “it’s possible,” because impossible means, “I’m possible.”
Today’s YouTube video brought to you by user name, The Motivator 2 gives you a heads up, of what we’ve all forgot to say to ourselves. When things don’t go the way we planned, because people operate from their personal history.
So before you decide who you really are this New Years Day? Check out this inspirational video below;
Whatever you’ve gone through in 2015, take this New Year and make it your own, and encourage the people around you that are in similar experience just like you, that no one is failure as long they have friends!
Happy New Year to you, and love the life you’re in, and remember just because you’re having a bad day, doesn’t exactly mean you’re having a bad life!
Just take one step in front of the other, and so you’ll be walking out the door, of every mishap you had in 2015, because you are possible!
Written & Designed by JD Mitchell