I obviously haven’t spend much time blogging recently and my presence on the social web has diminished dramatically since August.
Well, sometimes you just don’t have to say anything – let alone something use- or even thoughtful – and I’m afraid this was the case for me in the last four months, which was a kind of weird phase of my life – to use a euphemism.
Anyway, I’m trying to change this next year (wow, that’s tomorrow, right?!) apart from some other New Years Resolutions.
I know, it’s kind of lame to exploit New Years Eve to make radical changes in one’s life – in most cases we could actually do this everyday.
Rabbi Hillel makes a good point here in saying the following (thx Rabege):
If I am not for myself, who will be for me? If I am not for others, what am I? And if not now, when?
Nice quote – but hard to take it to heart in each and every moment (as with most quotes out there), especially if you can think of thousand of moments were you didn’t act like this at all. But I guess it’s time to forget these moments – living in the past, wondering why this and that happened, just makes things worse. So does torturing oneself for not living up to one’s own expectations and ideals.
Well, this weird private post will be followed by the usual Social Media stuff next year to be sure. Maybe some posts will even be worth reading.
Cheers and Happy New Years!