Most of the time I make a goal for the various areas of my life; walk with God, family life, career, education, ministry, music and fitness. I don't usually make goals about things that will take care of themselves. What I usually want to do is think of how to take the area to the next level. A couple of years ago I decided to include more people in my fitness activities. It was a total flop. It turns out I learned something. I like to exercise by myself for the most part. That is where I'm in my comfort zone. I would like to become a better gardener, but I'm not willing to dedicate the time to it. So I will probably continue plant some tomatoes in the Spring and hope to get some good ones off of the plants. I would love to some day learn guitar, but not now. I'm too busy with other things. I would rather learn Greek and Hebrew better. So I sort of have prioritized through the years the areas that are most important for me.
But here are my 2007 goals:
- Pray every day.
- Do more hiking and cycling with my family.
- Make good use of my iPod.
- Get licensed to preach.
If you blog about your 2007 goals, resolutions, or whatever you do, please leave a comment so I can link to you.
The Jollyblogger has a resolution for 2007:
I resolve to be an ordinary faithful guy and to not attempt anything spectacular for God in 2007.
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