Upon reflecting, it has been a difficult year but I am still thankful for all the blessings I received. Also, I considered myself to be one of the lucky people who survived it.

Sadly, I have friends and acquaintances who lost their loved ones in such a short time. I know folks who had Covid-19 and are still recovering from it. These group of people are the toughest and bravest bunch I have ever encountered in my life.

As I see senseless deaths over the news, I deeply felt some anguish and frustration to those people who did not take care of themselves and other people’s welfare. Some even refused to believe in science. All these deaths could have been prevented if everyone respected the need for masks and social distancing.

I am hopeful that the vaccine will be made available to everyone soon. It will surely take a long time, maybe the entire 2021 and 2022, before everyone gets vaccinated. For the first world countries, it will be important to consider if the vaccine will be subsidised by the government and how the logistics will be planned to make sure everyone in the country (even the anti-vaxxers) gets the mandatory jab. For the rest of the world, I can’t help but wonder if the vaccine will be made available and affordable for everyone, especially for the young and the old, the poor and the sick.

I cannot also remove the feeling of doubt that we will bounce back as quickly as before. Will big pharmaceutical brothers charge an arm and a leg for the vaccine? Will the vaccine’s side effects surface after some time? Even if the pandemic is truly 100% over, can we chase back the lost time in our economy (and the lost childhood of our children)?

Even how dire the situation is, I will keep reminding myself that I am one of the very fortunate ones. I have my family with me and we are in good health, plus I can still love, laugh, and cry (happy tears!).

A big fat resolution this new year: Always look on the brighter side of life, no matter where it takes you, you are right where you needed to be. Happy New Year, dear friends.

I like to end this post with a touching video:

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98 replies on “Boy, I am glad that 2020 is over!

  1. I agree with you concerning the vaccine. I hope that the vaccine will bring this to an end. Maybe we may still have to wear a mask, but there is nothing wrong with still taking the precautions that have been set in place for us. I just pray that the fatality numbers will go down since the vaccine is here. 2020 was not a good year for anyone. I pray that 2021 will be better. Happy New Year to everyone, stay safe. We are all in this together.

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  2. Beautiful thoughts conveyed today in your blog post, and the video clip was fantastic! I’d not seen it before. Thank you so much for sharing it. I wish you peace, joy, and contentment in 2021, Kally.

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  3. Hello Kally🙋‍♂️! Hi! How was your last year?

    No matter how good or bad it was, forget your past, look forward, move forward keep going with a positive spirit, good things begin from inside and it is YOU the Light could make this 2021 a beautiful year. May this new year filled with Joy and Happiness every single day💐 Wish you and your family Happy New Year 2021🥳

    With Love
    Simon & Nisha

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  4. In Clear Vision
    Seeing 2020
    Yes 4 Lessons
    Ignorance Harms
    Ignorance Maims
    Ignorance Rapes
    All That Is Good
    In Life of BaLaNCinG

    Nature

    Ignorance Kills

    A Fifth

    Lesson

    Ignorance

    Is The Human

    Pandemic

    Greater

    Than Any

    Virus A 6Th

    New Lesson

    Message For All

    A Greek Original

    Definition Of

    Apocalypse is

    Not The Ignorance

    That Dreams of

    Destroying

    Nature

    God’s Real

    Breathing

    Face On This

    Heaven Of

    EartH That

    Will Be SMart Loving

    Humans With

    Force

    Of Art

    That

    LiGHTS

    Our World…

    Apocalypse

    In Greek Still

    Originally Means

    Removing

    The

    Clothes

    Lifting

    The Veils

    oF iGNoRaNCE

    Standing In Naked

    Truth oF Light

    Leading

    Ways

    Of Love

    For All With

    Least Harm

    “Apocalypse

    2021 Lifting

    Veils oF iGNoRaNCE

    LoVE iN LiGHT

    Truth For All

    With Least

    Harm

    Lead Our

    Way Back

    Home WHere We BeLonG”

    Oh Gosh Looks

    Like

    This Will

    Be Another

    Very Long

    New Year’s Resolution

    Thanks Kally

    For Inspiring

    A New Year’s

    Way

    oF LiGHT🥳💫

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  5. Certainly 2020 will be remembered for a very long time. Thankfully there appears to be a flickering ray of hope in the darkness. However there still is much to do before any sense of true normality will return. Yes there is the vaccine; but, no quick fixes are promised. Keep Safe. Keep Smiling. Happy New Year.

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  6. Happy New Year, and very best wishes for health, happiness and prosperity!

    I know the date is just arbitrary, but I’ll admit that the 2020 door didn’t hit my backside on the way out. We watched celebrations in places where I would rather have seen them in person while I checked hotels on my phone, then slept through the local changeover so we could get up early. I’m definitely ready for something better.

    Cheers to the world! (ツ)v

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  7. Really admire your compassion for those harder hit by this pandemic..I hope all our worries find a solution and those directly affected are able to recover and survive. In days like these, one might feel very overwhelming and gratitude for the little things goes a long way 🙂 Thanks for the amazing post!

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