Everything has a beginning and an end. The beginning and the end are tied with time. The nodes of time bring good things to our lives. The knots and knots of a day, a month, and a year make you come to your senses in a loose life and look back on your past time and life. At the same time, it also provides an opportunity to develop new minds and plans. I believe that life is made up of knots and knots. In the end, all of this will have to end well. That means you have to finish well.
The dictionary meaning of 'finish' is 'the end of work'. It is said that 'finishing' means 'to conclude the end of the work', and 'finishing' means 'making the end of work by putting it together'. Finishing should be seen as having a profound influence on the outcome or performance of work. Sometimes it can make a difference in the results of the whole day. Occasionally, in athletics, you'll find yourself being vigilant at the last minute and then losing a match you've won because of a wrong finish. Conversely, even in a sluggish match, you can win by finishing well. That's not to say that you can only finish well.
It's already the last week of 2020. Today is also the last week. It should be a good way to end the year. If there was a stain in our life, it would be wise to wipe it clean and end the year. Furthermore, I think that the whole life will be beautiful if you are always thinking about how to end your life.
On the cross, Jesus said, 'It is finished'. He fulfilled the mission God gave him, the mission he came to this world. If we, too, complete the mission entrusted to ourselves, we will receive praise from the Lord, saying, "Good and faithful