Shelby G. Floyd
Some people are two-faced. Now that I have your attention, I do not mean to be offensive to you, but some of us are two-faced in this sense—the month of January is named after the Roman god Janus. Janus was pictured as a two-faced man; one face turned back toward the old year with its sorrows, disappointments and shortcomings, and the other face was toward the New Year with all of its hopes, and anticipations of good things to come.
Too many of us are like Janus, we’re trying to look back at the old year, and at the same time trying to look forward to the New Year. In that sense we are two-faced. Continue reading “Go Forward”