I have still some loans and credits from the bank of 2014. It was in the end of 2013 that I asked for a short-term loan of to-do list after mortgaging my time, energy and personal interest witnessed by my family and friends.
The fiscal year for 2014 had closed globally few days earlier and fortunately I could transfer my credit to 2015 account. Realizing that I might travel the same road of making plans to fail, I did not list any extra events this year. Rather, I have prepared to clear the credits of 2014 letdowns and cover the same balance sheet to make it neat and duly liquidated.
So precisely for 2015, I have promised to:
1. Complete the incomplete: I have some dreams that are still inside the hard-shelled egg of a dream itself. The sketch of the plan was already drawn many moons ago. I just need to start from that incomplete to make it complete.
2. Wear my own shoes: ‘There can’t be two yous’ said Warren Buffet. In the same vein, I cannot copy and paste myself with the same font of mood, flavor of interest and geography of temperament to fit the map of every people’s mind. I want to be myself. I want to wear my own shoes of living because it is more comfortable, proper-sized and preferred by myself.
3. Lead my own shadow: Man proposes, God disposes they say. And certainly, it is. But even if my well calculated plan meets a tragedy and gets injured, I will keep walking forward. I will lead my own shadow of doing things because I know how much calorie of energy I need to realize that task.
4. Cause an Effect: For a needy and disadvantaged, I will be a cause to help; for an isolated and lonely, I will be a cause to friend; for an under-appreciated and rejected, I will be a cause to appreciate.
5. Maintain low melting point of my temper: I will, by far, reduce the sensitivity of my temper, lower the tempo of outburst and let the current of logic sweep in.
6. Cement good, drop bad: Old habits die hard yet I will put some effort in nurturing my good habits to be better and castrate my bad habits so that it becomes sterile to reproduce again.“No matter how hard the past, you can always begin again”- Buddha