Well, here we are. The end of 2020 is upon us. Somehow, we made it. I had no doubt we would 🙂 And yet, it feels like a milestone. 2020: the year that all of civilization went through the dryer on spin cycle.
Personally, I had a fine year. I blogged. I jogged. I day-dreamed. I wrote. I taught piano. I hung out with my wife. I wrote music.
I think after this nine-month experiment in isolation, it’s safe to say that I do just fine under such conditions. Perhaps I even thrive 🙂
And I think it’s also safe to say–as if it wasn’t already!– that my wife are great together: we lived through 2020 in close quarters in which we barely saw anyone else (other than on a computer screen), and we’re as happy as ever.
What I am most proud of personally–other than that things went fine for us financially–is that I kept my head. More than that, I learned to be unconditional in my thriving. Now I know that I choose my mood. I choose my focus. I choose how I feel. No matter what is going on, I have the power to create my reality!
In the words of Abraham-Hicks, “You didn’t come here to face reality. You came her to create it!”
2020 has been the perfect year to experience this!
Indeed, it’s been a wonderful year.