As the excitement of the holidays and New Year fade into a distant memory, we find ourselves back in the swing of “normalcy” as we enter the month of February. For me, that means new content returning to Breaking in the Habit, and a new outlook on the year.
Last season, Fr. Tito and I took a look at the most iconic movies of all time, analyzing the movies we all know and love to see what makes them so “classic.” This season, we’ve decided, in a sense, to do the opposite.
New Year, New Me
New Year’s Resolutions have never really worked for me. Despite being a very motivated person, there’s something about converting habits that is extremely difficult. I suspect that many of us are in this position. This year, I have a different strategy. So far, it’s been working extremely well.
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Peace and good,
Under bad habits: turn form your sins. should be turn from your sins.
You sharing your perspective on new-year’s resolutions to be more big-picture and holistic rather than task-based is really helpful for me. Thank you. Regarding your year of relationships, I think you’re on the right track. Our Lord taught us to pray, “OUR Father….”; not “My Father….”. From this I conclude He encourages our connection to each other. I’m glad to be on the Way with you, Father Casey.