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During New Year's season every year, people hurry to make New Year's Resolutions. Most of which they will never start much less ever keep. That said, each new year is a good time to assess where we are in life, mentally, physically, spiritually, and of course financially.
Many people write things like they would like to be more empathetic, compassionate and — at critical moments — more silent, A friend of mine once said that his resolution for the new year was to "Speak no harm."
So as I was working through my goals for the new year, my mind recalled 2008 movie "The Bucket List". You remember, two aging men with fatal illnesses, played by Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman, leaped from planes, drove race cars, and more, crossing off challenges on their bucket lists. Finally, of course, they realized by the end that peace with those you love was more important than any adrenalin-charged adventures on the dream "do" list.