It’s January 1; page 1 of 366. We hope this year will be a blast unlike last year. New movies, new games, new artists, new story. We expect so much on the good side, we didn’t thought anything bad can happen any moment. Remember the attack on Paris? We expected that ISIS will attack, but we did not expect it was on that day, and on that place since it’s pretty far from the middle east. We all were caught off guard. So would it still be a happy new year?
Some might say yes, some might say no. Some might say maybe, I say, well, I don’t know. (Read it again, it rhymed!) I don’t know the future, and I take pride of not knowing. That’s the very essence of surprise. Like they say, “You make your decisions, but in the end, those decisions make you.” We can’t blame if it’s rainy or sunny, the thing is, all you need to do is to make the most out of it. I promise, you will never regret it.
Making the most out of everything is like sucking every drop of pulp and juice out of a lemon; making every second last, o for the lemon’s case, making every drop satisfying. You might control your future, and might not be able to bring for past to life, but you can make it last longer and memorable. One example is your friends reunion, or like. In that moment, try not to shut your mouth and be a party pooper, go with the flow. You never know that it might be the last time you’ll see each other. It’s a bummer that you weren’t able to hang out together more. Nobody likes that.
Not knowing the future is a good thing. When you know the day of your death, I assure you, you will be out there doing stuff in fear that you might be able to do it, and you’ll be sad by not doing so. Satisfaction is another key towards a successful Happy New Year. It has a strong link with making the most out of everything. Satisfaction tells you that this moment is already perfect for it, while you make the most out of it. Even though you weren’t able to, at least, you tried. It’s better trying than doing nothing.
Surprise lurks around in every corner, and that’s the only thing we need to know. The rest will unfold itself as we journey through our lives. So, would it still be a Happy New Year? Of course it would.
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