It is customary at the end of the year, to review our lives and set goals and resolutions for the New Year. Many strive for personal purposes. For many others, their purposes remain only good intentions. As children of God we must be men and women of our word. Jesus taught us to say "Yes" when it is yes, and to say "No" when it is no. Along these lines, it is necessary to define our resolutions for the year that begins, to take them seriously. And make them a real commitment.
We can have material purposes that contribute to the well-being of the family. We can also define purposes that help us to be better people. Above all, to be better Christians. Get closer to God, trust Him more. Stop murmuring, be generous, stop offending us. Be more organized and diligent at work. Give more time to the family, take more responsibility for studies, etc. Let's pray that God will bless your dreams and help you achieve each of your goals.