• Soulseo posted an update 1 month, 3 weeks ago

    Happy New Year From a Person That Missing Almost Everything

    Even though Hebrew New Year is really Rosh Hashanah (usually sometime in September), you are able to claim “shana tova” at both New Years. For the Spanish talking friends you should use “Feliz Ano ~Nuevo” with good gusto. Think about knowing someone who speaks Irish? You need to use “Bliain nua fe mhaise dhuit” but don’t question me how exactly to pronounce it. The Celtic languages generally appear to possess way too many words to me.

    Then there are, of course, the French, they who have produced us champagne, brie, and German fries. To them I’d hope a vigorous “bonne annee” as I drain my glass and nibble on yet another escargot (with Brigitte Bardot?)

    For the troops international, valiantly protecting our way of life, when you have the occasion you are able to hope one of the people a gleeful “Sanah Jadidah” with a nod toward Mecca. And, to my wife’s family on Sao Michael on the Azores (some of the greatest food ever, my wife’s carne guisada could make a developed man cry) I would provide my heartfelt “Feliz Ano Novo.

    Shortly ago, the time struck midnight and it is today 2010 wherever I live. Some areas have nearly achieved night however, but may soon. I want to hope every one a happy New Year. If 2009 wasn’t a great year for you, I am hoping that one will be a ton better. If 2009 was an excellent year, I wish you continued happiness for 2010.

    Sometime in 2010 I’ll turn 42 years old. Thus, I wanted to talk about several thoughts about life for whoever has the chance to read this. Living is short! It passes very quickly. I however see the activities of twenty years ago as if they certainly were yesterday and I need certainly to tell myself so it to be real 20 years ago. There are lots of routes that individuals walk in life. We all stay different lives and a number of our lives are very, actually different than the lives of Bengali New Year .

    The world is full of gaps. Gender gaps. Era gaps. Standing gaps. Some shouldn’t be missed, like Ireland’s excellent Space of Dunloe. And some, like usually the one in the London tube, must be avoided. (“Mind the Gap” – lest you find your self floundering between teach and platform!)

    Ever hear the term hole year? It always identifies some slack taken by senior high school or college grads that defers enrollment in the next period of life. Ultimately, one uses a gap year to accomplish anything entirely out from the box: perform, volunteer, intern, apprentice, self-study, travel… or any real life offering. The implicit purpose is to figure out that which you really want or don’t wish to accomplish along with your life.