Sunday, January 2, 2011

New year Resolution for 2011

Year 2010 has gone into the Galaxy as infinite intangible dusts…
History wheel keeps on rotating and no one can hold for a one second of Pause. New life has borne, and some of us have passed away.

Each year we do hope for a better life, better days, and to do a little better, but there may not have such fulfillment with life and fate to be precisely aligned.

As over all 2010 is a good year. No one can see how it would be for the year 2011. Well, base on estimation, forecast and some tracked data, 2011 will continue be a good year for the HK economy, Gold price will soar high at HKD$20,000 a tael, Hang Seng Index will go up to 33,000 point. We hope there will be no QE3.

Salary of Hong Kong people may have merely 3% increase as an average, far beyond the rate of Inflation. On the First day of January, Cross harbour Tunnel, Gas, Electricity fare has been increased by 10-20%. That is a new burden to the average and poor. Hope The Goernement can do something for the poor.

31 Dec 2010, about 1 million of people was Celebrating on the count down at Tsim Sha Tsui, Times Square, Lan Kwai Fong, inviting friends for gathering, drinks, balls, dinner… Will they stop for a while and think of your new year Resolution?

Well, I think that the most popular goals for their resolution of HK people are:-

• Lose Weight

• Get out of Debt

• Getting married

• To buy a house

• Get a Better Job

• Get Fit

• Get a Master Degree or PhD

• Quit Smoking

• Take a Trip
Different people may have his different goal and resolution. All that means is his intention to of pursuit of achieving it. Some time we enjoy the process of achieving the target more than we once reached the result. The process to achieve the target is interminable for your whole year to get to prepare.
 These are some of my new year resolutions:-

1. Completion of Oxfam Trail Walker 2011 as the 11th participations
2. Avoid any debt

3. Be a Happy man, Happy Son, Happy Father and happy Husbands

4. Not Necessarily rich but needed to be wealthy.
The happiest people don't have the best of everything; they just make the best of everything they have.

HK Snob

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

i feel good