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HAPPY NEW YEAR..❤
A new path, a new career & new challenges too..
A totally different environment
N maybe a new me stronger than before, experienced than before.. a bit better version of myself
Ready to dream a new dream, Ready to achieve new targets, Ready to face every challenge with much courage.
I may take rest for a moment but will get up the next moment.
New dreams, new hopes, new experiences and new joys, wishing my new love a Happy New Year.
When the 🌒 starts singing nanabai song,
the whole universe becomes a calm dark place to merge in It's own,
In the lap of unknown... The darkness... I want to dissolve myself... submit everything...
Because I want to have something new every morning...
every day I come along,
I want to conquer some new fears,
want to cheer up on some new toughness,
want to resolve some new queries in my mind,
And wants to meet you again like first time I am seeing...
Nothing of yesterday I want to carry in my mind,
neither the problems, or the solutions,
or the happiness or the scars on my heart...
Because there is nothing so wonderful than encountering something new,
Every day is a new start of life live as you want it to.
In 1582, Pope Gregory XIII ordered a new calendar (the Gregorian Calendar) to replace the old Julian Calendar. The new calendar called for New Year's Day to be celebrated Jan. 1. That year, France adopted the reformed calendar and shifted New Year's day to Jan. 1. According to a popular explanation, many people either refused to accept the new date, or did not learn about it, and continued to celebrate New Year's Day on April 1. Other people began to make fun of these traditionalists, sending them on "fool's errands" or trying to trick them into believing something false. Eventually, the practice spread throughout Europe.