Sunday Reflections — Path of new beginnings

This week, in line with the spirit of the new year, Sunday Reflections walks the path of new beginnings:

“For last year’s words belong to last year’s language
And next year’s words await another voice.
And to make an end is to make a beginning.” ~ T.S. Eliot

“Change is in the air, as old patterns fall away and new energies are emerging. Consciously release what needs to be released, and welcome with a full embrace the newness you’ve prayed for and so richly deserve.” ~ Marianne Williamson

“With the start of the first chapter of the New Year’s book, let’s put the old book on the shelf or even in the lower drawer, and let’s pick up the new one, carry crayons in our hands, and start writing a new colorful story.” ~ Nadine Sadaka Boulos

“New beginnings are exciting! They become exciting to us because they offer the promise of hope, the anticipation of change in our lives, and the prospect that our dreams will indeed come true!” ~ Squire Rushnel

“As wave is driven by wave
And each, pursued, pursues the wave ahead,
So time flies on and follows, flies, and follows,
Always, for ever and new. What was before
Is left behind; what never was is now;
And every passing moment is renewed.”
~ Ovid

“Life begins now — right now — not tomorrow or the next day or the next. Every minute of every hour of every day, life begins anew. That means everything can change in an instant. It also means you can have a new beginning whenever you want.” ~ Neale Donald Walsch

“Today is a new chapter in the story of your life. While you’re holding the pen, what will you write? Now, is your time to shine! Will you continue holding the pen? Or, will you express yourself from deep within?” ~ Amaka Imani Nkosazan

“May you find in the nectar of life, the sweetness of hope in your heart, feel the comfort of song birds in your soul, the grace of new wind in your wings. Color your spirit with rainbows and shower gold dust in your hair. Time heals. Life renews. Dreams take flight again. Close your eyes and drink it all in.” ~ Laurel Burch

“And now let us welcome the new year, full of things that never were.” ~ Rainer Maria Rilke

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Life coach, writer and editor. Deeply interested in spirituality, Rajeev reflects and writes on everyday life issues

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Rajeev Varma

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Life coach, writer and editor. Deeply interested in spirituality, Rajeev reflects and writes on everyday life issues