I launch my bark on the unknown waters of this year,
with thee, O Father, as my harbour,
thee, O Son, as my helm,
thee, O Holy Spirit, filling my sails.
Here were my resolutions:
- Carl Jones (@Youthguy07) resolves to make this day the best day.
- Justin Mosteller (@wearemosteller) doesn't like resolutions but thinks it's a good idea to plan.
- Scott Williams (@ScottWilliams) encourages us to go big.
- Tony Alicea (@tonyjalicea) is approaching this year (humbly) expecting to fail.
- Herb Halstead (@herbhalstead), via Michael Perkins (@MichaelDPerkins), encourages us to simply let go. (no, this had nothing to do with resolutions, but it fit)
- Cassandra Frear (@CassFrear) doesn't need any new resolutions for 2012, but instead is going to put into practice what she learned in 2011.
- Matt Appling (@MattTCoNP) says the only resolution we need is to think. (Obviously some of us have problems in that area)
- Jennifer Dukes Lee (@DukesLee) follows Paul's example to "resolve to know nothing but Jesus Christ and Him crucified"
- Matthew Paul Turner (@JesusNeedsNewPR) tweeted, "Dear God, in 2012, let us love more, affirm more, lift up more, hope more, engage more, make peace more, & choose joy more. Amen."
- Mike Donehay from Tenth Avenue North (@mikedonehey) tweeted, "2012. May joy be the new cynicism. May grace be the new resentment. May generosity be the new lust. May we live like everything's new."
- And Billy Coffey (@billycoffey) wrote about a conversation he had with the devil on New Year's Eve.