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This year starts a little later for me.
I needed much more time for myself than December was willing to provide to me to arrive in January the way I had planned. So I took the time I needed. I sorted ideas to choose what to focus on, tidied up my work room where I spend so many hours each day, and I threw away piles of paper. So much paper!!!  I don’t know where all this paper comes from so quickly, again and again. Haven’t there been forecasts about something like the “paperless office” ages ago?
However, within one of the piles of paper I found a few little treasures. Here is one I’d like to share with you, may be you like it too, it’s by one of my favourite writers:

I urge you to please notice when you are happy, and exclaim or murmur or think at some point ‘If this isn’t nice, I don’t know what is.’”
Kurt Vonnegut, “A Man without a Country’”

There is nothing more to add, except:
I wish you all the very best for the rest of the year!

P.S.:
And this is another link to Kurt Vonnegut: “We all see our lifes as stories …” / ” The life of a Legend”