CHINESE NEW YEAR   5 comments

The Chinese have just spent three days celebrating the New Year. A time to review, revaluate, and start over with new hope. What a great idea. Let’s all choose to celebrate a new year now, or whenever we want.

Posted February 13, 2013 by Mona Gustafson Affinito in Uncategorized

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  1. It’s also Ash Wednesday. Same purpose: review, evaluate, start over. I just posted “An Ash Wednesday Question” in light of another gun tragedy here in Minnesota. The bridge between the two sides in the gun debate is less travelled than the one in you picture.

  2. yes! like each day! like this moment! like NOW:)

  3. We can always start over any time now, this morning, this minute. That is the beauty of growth and change-the opening of the flower that is us. Which flower will you be? Rose, bluebell, honeysuckle, tulip from Holland, buried upside down? Daisy, lily, crocus, Grandpa’s peony from Richmond Indiana. How will I know when I fully me? When people stare in awe at my petals, breathe in my scent and smile.

  4. this is a great idea!!! start new, look ahead, don’t look back

  5. Mona – Here’s my take on the Chinese celebration. While I normally will celebrate the opening of an envelope, my Chinese horoscope sign is a snake. And, I am extremely phobic. So while the forecast is for a busy business year, I am more reserved in this year’s celebration than I am in most.

    Wishing you everything good… as always, Pat

    On Wed, Feb 13, 2013 at 2:14 AM, monagustafsonaffinito wrote:

    > ** > Mona Gustafson Affinito posted: “The Chinese have just spent three days > celebrating the New Year. A time to review, revaluate, and start over with > new hope. What a great idea. Let’s all choose to celebrate a new year now, > or whenever we want.”

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