Resolutions

Will you be making a New Year’s resolution this year? According to researchers at the University of Sydney, half of all Australians will. We’re a pretty predictable bunch when it comes to resolutions.

Sorry, we're full… Pic: Andrew Tully

No doubt this year our resolutions will include avoiding the 18th series of Masterchef, deciding to ignore cryptic, attention-seeking Facebook updates from friends who never supply the second sentence (“Couldn’t have imagined a worse day ever :-(“), spending less time working, and more time with the family (or vice versa).

Or maybe making no more resolutions.

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  • St. Michael says:

    04:20pm | 28/12/12

    On the other hand, Billy Connolly has also said: “I don’t believe in angels and I have trouble with the whole God thing. I don’t want to say I don’t believe in God, but I don’t think I do. But I believe in people who do.” Read more »

  • Rose says:

    04:15pm | 28/12/12

    Acotrel you have no idea what you’re talking about. I was raised a Catholic, educated in 3 different Catholic schools. Not once was I ever taught that things were pre-determined, I was taught that God had given people free will, i.e. people are free to make their own choices. As… Read more »

 

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