The world is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper.
~W. B. Yeats, Irish poet and one of the foremost figures of twentieth-century literature
How much do you appreciate a good mystery? While reading great mystery novels, you are taken on an adventure as the main characters gather information to solve the riddles that help unfold the next part of the journey. The protagonists must face their fears and not succumb to any shortcuts offered so that they can learn their lessons along the way. At the end of the journey, when the mystery is solved, the heroes stand taller with the wisdom they have collected through overcoming any obstacles on the way to a newfound truth.
Each part of your own life is like that same great mystery unfolding. Regardless of your age or where you are in the process, each stage allows you the opportunity to gain the necessary insight to sharpen your senses. When you have patience, each discovery allows you to see the beauty that lies before you like never before. With positive growth, the veil covering your eyes is lifted so that you see the magic that has surrounded you all along. All senses are alert at each stage of enlightenment, and you are better able to detect that the world is a magical one full of magical things!
As you come to the end of this year, recognize and congratulate yourself for the positive growth as you embody the role of a hero. Congratulate yourself for boldly taking this adventure with The Magical Guide to Bliss, and look forward to turning the page to a new year on the journey. Smile because as long as you are alive and ready to take on a new day with your dreams, goals, and visions, you know that the best is yet to come, and something wonderful is always about to happen. With that, Happy New Year’s Eve, my friends! Get ready to leave the mistakes of the past behind; be grateful for the present once again. A new year full of opportunities and challenges lies ahead! Are you ready?
Magical Key to Bliss: Cherish all that you have accomplished this year—Congratulations!