During this holiday season, I would like to take a moment to reflect on my year, what I have accomplished, and what I have failed to do. The first two months, I was eager, determined, and working towards my goals with passion. Then Covid-19 happened. Everything became uncertain, and my eagerness and determination slowed down.
While none of us could have predicted the unprecedented challenges brought by 2020, all I could say is that my faith is the one thing that remained steady and kept me going. This allowed me to turn the negative parts of 2020 into moments of strength and hope.
I am grateful that I have survived the chaos and most importantly, my family is okay. I am stronger than how I started this year and I am ready to start the new one. As you are reading this, I hope this strength branches out to you, stays with you throughout next year, and makes you do wonderful things.
With my gratitude and thanks, I wish you and your families a happy and healthy holiday season, and most importantly, a stronger 2021.