The Eye Opener
Monday, Oct. 24, 2016
Resolutions, like clay pigeons, are made to be broken. They are nearly always made in sincerity, but the very act of making a resolution is a confession on the part of the maker of his inability to keep it otherwise. As resolutions are contrary to the subconscious wishes of the maker, they are almost surely doomed from the start.
If a person really wanted what he resolved, he would do it without the resolution, for we are prone to do those things that we really want to do.