Quote of the Day: Happy New You

 

“Happy new you!” — a greeting

Today’s quotation comes from a lot of sources and traditions. In the church I attend, it has been used as a lesson title at least a few times over the decades, especially around the first of the year. I even used it for an inspirational reading. We use it as a reminder that we do not have to be stuck in the past. In many cultures, after a significant event in life, a person would take or be given a new name. In our paperwork over-burdened society, that might be a bit too much work, but that doesn’t mean you have to stick with being exactly who you were yesterday. Make a change for the better today. Happy new you!

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  1. Judge Mental Member
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  2. Arahant Member
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    Judge Mental (View Comment):

     

    Yep. That would do it.

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  3. Mark A., Dubious Authority Coolidge
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    New me. Hope y’all approve.

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  4. Arahant Member
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    Mark A., Dubious Authority (View Comment):

    New me. Hope y’all approve.

    Loretta?

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