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For many of us, our New Years resolutions seem to resemble carbon dating – where we can establish the date of our resolution by how many “half lives” it has had. Here are some examples:


2003: I will read at least 10 books a year.

2004: I will read 5 books a year.

2005: I will finish Portals of Prayer from 2006

2006: I will read some articles in the newspaper this year.

2007: I will read at least one article this year.

2008: I will try and finish the comics section this year.


Or for those of you who are constantly worrying about your weight:


2004: I will follow my new diet religiously until I get below 200.

2005: I will try to develop a realistic attitude about my weight.

2006: I will work out 5 days a week.

2007: I will work out 3 days a week.

2008: I will try to drive past a gym at least once a week.


Or for those of you with money issues:


2002: I will not spend my money frivolously.

2003: I will pay off my bank loan promptly.

2004: I will pay off my bank loans promptly.

2005: I will begin making a strong effort to be out of debt by 2006.

2006: I will be totally out of debt by 2007.

2007: I will try to pay off the debt interest by 2008.

2008: I will try to be out of the country by 2009.

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