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Spiritual: January 12, 2022 Issue [#11117]

 This week: A New Year - A New Chapter
  Edited by: Prosperous Snow Creative
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Table of Contents

1. About this Newsletter
2. A Word from our Sponsor
3. Letter from the Editor
4. Editor's Picks
5. A Word from Writing.Com
6. Ask & Answer
7. Removal instructions

About This Newsletter

"Now, as we close one chapter, the pen is gradually inking up, preparing itself to write the next."
Mie Hansson.

“Plant seeds every single day that you know who you are, you know what you’re about, and you know what goals you’ve set for yourself.”
Stephen Curry

“Celebrate endings—for they precede new beginnings.”
Jonathan Lockwood Huie

“Don’t be scared if you don’t do things in the right order. I didn’t think I’d have dessert before breakfast today, but hey, it turned out that way and I wouldn’t change a thing.”
Mindy Kaling

Word from our sponsor

Letter from the editor

Twenty-twenty-two is a new chapter in the book of your life,
a chapter containing 365 pages
waiting to be filled.

Each of us have a choice when it comes to filling the pages of our book. We can fill them with opportunities taken, accomplishments, gratitude, joy, or regrets. If we do something one day that we do not like or are not proud of, we can change that the next day. Each day is an opportunity to ask forgiveness, help another person, or practice a virtue that we want to reflect to others.

If we do not like situation occurring in our lives we have the choice to change our attitude or find a way to change the situation. We have this choice because we are spiritual beings having a physical or material experience. Whatever situation we encounter is intended to help our souls develop virtues that they will need once our souls are separated from our physical bodies. This means that, while we live in the material world, we have a chance to make changes in our lives.

What are you going to write in the chapter of 2022? Have you made goals that are both spiritual and material or physical? Are you going to write a novel? Are you going to say daily prayers and express gratitude for the opportunity life on the material plain affords you? Do you keep a blog or journal that records your spiritual and material accomplishments?

Editor's Picks

 New Year's Resolution  (E)
should we make them?
#798540 by NanoWriMo2018 Into the Earth

 I feel it's time to reset  (E)
a poem about going back to your true self after always pretending to be someone else
#2263531 by phantom

 The Meaning of Life and Finding yourself  (E)
Philosophy of living.
#2247855 by Elby Wordsmith

Transformation…  (E)
A Sonnet for the Soul
#1988913 by Robin:TheRhymeMaven

 Rejoice and BE Glad In It!  (E)
Living your life to the fullest in the only day you have! This one.
#2263659 by G. B. Williams

 Epiphany of a Struggle  (E)
A poem I wrote when I was struggling in my senior year of college
#2262955 by Nike Phoenix

 "IF"  (E)
Something to think about when you are really down on yourself.
#2253226 by G. B. Williams

 NEW YEAR WISH: a sonnet--Editor's choice  (E)
Why I don't send greetings. A sonnet where each line starts with the end word of the last
#952008 by Dr M C Gupta

A Resolution Resource  (13+)
Tips to help keep this year's New Year's resolutions
#2144401 by J. Robert Kane

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Ask & Answer

Jacqueline writes: I didn't know my Grandparents on both sides. My mum use to keep cards that had a beautiful words inside them.

Quick-Quill writes: Years ago I wrote and directed Christmas Pageants. One challenge we had was to find parts for small and primary-aged children. I read my Christmas card and when the season was over I cut the covers off some of the cards with beautiful passages. The following year I divided the passages to be given to the beginner age. The longer pieces were given to the older kids. Recycling is wonderful.

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