Happy New Year!

I rarely look back as time passes… because I rarely have time to pause and reflect.

New Year is the chance to pause. To take a breath. To look back. To look ahead.

New Year is the chance to regret all the things I wanted to do this year, but didn’t have time and energy to accomplish.

To  think of all the time I should have spent with family, friends …or even myself… the time and energy, that I spent somewhere else, because there are things I believe in, which force me to make difficult choices and work, and run, and work, and run…

All this running and working…  I’d really like to think, that it’s not wasted, it’s not for nothing,that I’m actually doing something useful, which eventually will pay back to me, my family, my friends, my country… and that hope is what will give me motivation, energy and strength to carry on next year.

Happy New Year Everyone! I wish you a lot of hope, for together we will need all the hope we can find, if we are ever to make this world just a little better.


4 thoughts on “Happy New Year!

  1. Happy New Year to you, also, Artur jan!
    always glad to visit your blog, read your observations and get info. Thanks.
    Best wishes and good luck!

  2. And the year is not over yet, and life is not over yet…

    Please know that nothing is in vain. The law of energy says that energy transforms into other forms but never dies.

    The same is with what you are doing, the messages that you give in your blog are properly reflected as other forms of energy in peoples minds. As thoughts and deeds.

    The mission that you carry is hardest. Because it’s really hard to remain an observer, neutral and independent, attaching no personal emotion or prejudice.

    That is why what you are doing is important, for society, for Armenia, for all of us, and consequently and certainly for your own family. Please know that.

    Happy New Year!

  3. Enjoy your well-earned holiday, Artur! And thanks for keeping a lively, well-rounded, and informative blog with room for all opinions that’s equally interesting for locals and for those far away who have an interest in what’s happening in Armenia. It’s a balance that’s hard to achieve, but you manage to do it year after year. Have a Happy 2011!

  4. Artur jan! I second what Armenia.im and Ani both wrote, so I won’t repeat it here, but I did want to add that I recalled the phrase “huysy lav ban e” while reading the last paragraph and it made me smile ;) Keep writing, working, loving and living, Artur jan, and know that your efforts are not in vain. U Shnorhavor!

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