© 2015 Lynsey

Home sweet home

I’m flying into Wellington, and it looks like home to me.

When I was a kid it was where the zoo and the museum was.
At high school it was where *everything* that was anything was.
Today, well, today it’s just home, and everything that is.

Starting off a new year I’m all excited by the potentials of things I want to do – things left incomplete from last year, plus some new projects that are starting to shape up for this year.

There are people to see (some appointments booked already) and places to go (in my diary already).

There’s quite a few things I don’t anticipate repeating this year – I’m not going to mention them because I don’t want to give them any additional strength. They were bad enough at the time.

The great thing about flying – and it is much the same as coming up to a significant calendar event like a birthday or the new year – is that in addition to the celebrations and associated rituals, it gives you a chance to reflect and a different, sometimes bigger perspective. You can see further in front and from where you’ve come. This gives you an advantage when it comes to moving in new directions, in new ways.

I hope the new year generously and kindly brings you all that you want: people, places, possessions, and potentials. Most of all, I hope that the new year brings you home to yourself.

Welcome home to yourself.

02. Every day is an opportunity for a new beginning.
03. Every day is an opportunity to reflect on the past.
17. Every day look through a new lens.

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