Anyways, I don't do the resolution thing, but neither do I want to go into a new year thoughtlessly. I like to have something to hold on to, even if it isn't a list of resolutions, an action plan, or an earnest checklist for success.
Today I came across that something.
"an open heart joined to a critical mind"While the original phrase was focused on spiritual learning (and should be properly credited to Jacob Needleman, author of "The Heart of Philosophy") it's an appropriate descriptor for how I want to approach the year ahead. 2005 is only 6 days old, and already there've been changes, new ideas, new people, new books and new battles.
I'm fully armed, I am...