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New Year, new you?

Typically, at the beginning of January, we look forward.

The ENd word Elizabeth McQuoid
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Many of us make New Year’s resolutions to try a new diet plan, a new gym membership, or a new hobby. This year our aspirations may take more of a backward glance as we long for the return of things we’ve missed; things we didn’t realise were quite so important until they were gone – the whole church meeting together, communal singing, having friends and extended family around your dinner table, a hug.