Reflecting and Resoluting

Its the best week of the year for me – between Christmas and New Years – a time of reflection and planning, repenting and dreaming, finishing off and deciding which projects to commit to. Its the week before the New Years Day of Resolutions, and i usually take a week to think through which resolutions are attainable and which should be attempted anyway.

I am sure you will find out which ones are which if you track with me in 2005.

Everything is up from grabs this week. I am even wondering if i should maintain this blog in 2005. Yes, i probably will. But there will be other projects to be involved with as well. Some may be more important.


Andrew Jones launched his first internet space in 1997 and has been teaching on related issues for the past 20 years. He travels all the time but lives between Wellington, San Francisco and a hobbit home in Prague.


  • david says:

    … i am sort of a ‘nobody’ in blogdom . . . but i read you often from a far . . . i see these things that you have written and its fairly obvious that you have applied yourself to theological issues and your not an idiot . . . would you mind looking at what i recently wrote about some problems i’m having with believing . . . i would appreciate it . . . i didn’t forget about sending you the book either . . . from a far . . . peace : : :

  • Lorna says:

    well I hope you continue the blog.
    it’s inspiring
    honest and fresh

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