While 2020 may be one of the toughest year in the history of man, it offers some good things. First, it started well. Second, it teaches reasonable survival. Third, it shows that human being are human beings and not God. Fourth, it still offers opportunity of good ending. The last week, the 52th week of 2020 is here and below are few hints to spend it well and end it well.
- End the year well with God: Either you agree or not, it takes God’s Grace for you to still be breathing and enjoying the atmosphere of the holidays in this last week of this tough year. Also, to move on safely into the new year with the hope of better days, it will take God’s help, protection, and goodness. End the year well with God. Be thankful to him and be prayerful to him for better days now and ahead.
- Spend time with your immediate family: With your spouse and children, there is no greater blessing to have in a tough year like 2020. As a dad with spouse or a single dad, your child or children is/are joy that can give strength to look for better days ahead in the coming year. Take time to spend and enjoy few last days of 2020 with them.
- Go for your flu vaccination, if you have not got yours this season: You need every good things to make your immune system stronger and stay healthy now and in 2021. Also, ensure your family get theirs.
- Get COVID-19 vaccine, if you are in priority list and it is available to you: COVID-19 was a bad news for the year. Thank God for the current U.S. government administration with success in delivering COVID-19 vaccine. You don’t need to be political over your health.
- Don’t get COVID-19 virus ! Stay safe. Don’t be reckless with unsafe holiday behaviors. While you enjoy necessary merriness of the holiday season, do it safely with every recommended safety measures – keep social distancing, use facemask in public places, wash hands with soap or safe sanitizer frequently, and keep all personal hygiene practice.
- Plan big for the coming year: As you consign 2020 to the backyard of the past in this last week of the year, embrace the coming year with reasonable big plans and great hopes. Many never thought U.S. could deliver a safe COVID-19 vaccine in 2020, when the current U.S. president was hopeful there could be one as God’s gift by the end of the year. Even some medical experts laughed off COVID-19 vaccine optimism by the end of year. Here are we talking about real COVID-19 vaccine delivered in 2020’s last month. Look over the worst of 2020, ignore haters and doubters, take your stock of wins and the losses, be thankful to God that you still have the gift of life, plan big for the coming new year, and be hopeful and optimistic for the best in the last days of 2020 and the days ahead in the coming 2021.