New Year

Writing and etymology in Korean
新 (새) – new
年 (해) – year

A new year is about to begin, and we have to prepare in our hearts to meet it with dignity. We need to let go of the past and face the new year with renewed determination, and awaken new feelings and sensations within us.

To prevail next year, set a goal for the new year. Then arm yourself with the fighting spirit and momentum that allows you to reach your goals and overcome challenges for 365 days or more. You need to achieve results every day, and the days will add up to weeks and months. If you live like this for one year and then continue this way of life, you will have 10, 20 and 30 such years, and your life path will become victorious.

Some ponder: “If I don’t make it this year, I’ll make it next year, and if I don’t make it next year, I’ll make it two years from now. If I don’t make it in my youth, I will make up for it after 20; if not in 20, then in 30; if not in 30, then in 40; if not in 40, then in 50…”. If a person lived with this attitude, it means that he was not initially connected to the goal.

May this new year be a joyful one, and that we make all our plans come true!