“One more year is vanishing with the light and warmth of the nature. Yet the trees are not regretting the separation from their colorful leaves fallen in the cold wind of autumn. When you look into the rise of another year, what feelings are awakened in your mind? Like the trees in the winter, can you also forget your falls in the past year and look into this New Year with the light of hope and peace in mind?
As the earth is fertilized by the fallen leaves and nourishes the trees, you can nurture the soil of your mind with your past mistakes and look at them as bonus experiences in your life rather than regrets. It is good to remember that we are carrying in our minds both the seeds of pleasant memories and the weeds of miserable feelings from the past. Now when you start a New Year, it is your choice to either sow the seeds or let the weeds grow in the soil of your mind, according to what you want to harvest this spring, in your garden, your life.”