Malaysian activists and advocates share their hopes and goals for 2022

The new year is a time for making resolutions and setting goals. Photo: Pixabay

For many of us, a New Year is akin to having a clean slate. Although it’s merely symbolic, the New year signifies a new start and with it the chance to make changes that hopefully will result in a better year for ourselves.

We can’t control the circumstances around us and we don’t know if the pandemic will be better or worse, but we can to a large extent control how we want our lives to be like: Less hectic, maybe. Less stressed, definitely. More meaningful, perhaps. And happy, always.

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