Happy New Year Everyone!

Happy New Year Everyone!

Today it’s the first day of the year.

It’s not any day. It’s a day of new beginnings, new plans and new dreams! Think very carefully about whom you want be this year, how you want to face your challenges and what you believe you can do to prove yourself and the world around you.

Remember that every journey starts with a first step! Today is the first of 365 days and every single one of them you have the chance to be someone better than you were before. Use that power to change yourself! Use that knowledge to try and improve!

I’m wishing everybody a year of peace, happiness, health, joy and most importantly reflexion on how we treat the planet, how we treat our resources and how we treat each other.

I’m going to make this day count by starting to build a bridge for tomorrow, making sure that every day in the future counts as well. This way, I hope that at the end of 2016 I can look back and feel peace and pride in my actions as a human being.

So, seize the day, enjoy the moment and have a happy new year everyone!


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