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The beginning of a New Year is a great time to take inventory on the last year and ask yourself how you can make the upcoming year even better, which doesn’t seem too hard to do considering 2020 was dominated by coronavirus—a year of sickness, death, and economic hardship. But let’s look ahead to how 2021 might be better. Ralph Waldo Emerson shared some New Year’s wisdom when he said “Be always at war with your vices, at peace with your neighbors, and let each new year find you a better man.” Be committed to love more. Complain less. If you are blessed, then be a blessing to others. Be thankful to God for the life He has given you and ask Him for wisdom and guidance as you navigate life in this new year. Happy New Year!