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2017 Latest HD Wallpapers for New Year Beautiful wallpapers facebook whatsapp HD: Are you searching for something you could incorporate in a write-up or a message you plan to draft for the upcoming New Year day? If you just nodded in affirmation, then you have landed at the right page. On this page we have a wide collection of New Year texts which can be used at multiple places. Like you could use a part of it to give your write-up a beautiful touch or use it as a part of your greeting to your loved ones. January 1- for the unawares- is celebrated as New Year as per the Gregorian calendar which is now widely acceptable across the world. Start exploring your Happy New Year options now!

2017 Latest HD Wallpapers for New Year Beautiful wallpapers facebook whatsapp HD

2017 Latest HD Wallpapers for New Year Beautiful wallpapers facebook whatsapp HD
2017 Latest HD Wallpapers for New Year Beautiful wallpapers facebook whatsapp HD

Youth is when you are allowed to stay up late on New Year’s Eve. Middle age is when you are forced to. ~Bill Vaughn (1915–1977), “Senator Soaper Says,” 1958 [Thanks, Quote Investigator! —tεᖇᖇ¡·g]

An optimist stays up until midnight to see the new year in. A pessimist stays up to make sure the old year leaves. ~Bill Vaughan (1915–1977), in The Kansas City Star

Many people look forward to the new year for a new start on old habits. ~Author unknown

A New Year’s resolution is something that goes in one year and out the other. ~Executive’s Treasury of Humor for Every Occasion by William R. Gerler, 1965 [Restatement of a 1953 T. Harry Thompson quote: “A calendar, as I said for an advertiser recently, is something that goes in one year and out the other. But, there’s a certain stimulus about a new year… to a nation, a business, an individual. You sense it the moment the whistles and bells sound-off at midnight on December 31.” —tεᖇᖇ¡·g]

Be at War with your Vices, at Peace with your Neighbours, and let every New-Year find you a better Man. ~Quoted in Benjamin Franklin’s 1755 Poor Richard’s Almanack, December  [Thanks, Quote Investigator! —tεᖇᖇ¡·g]

Every man hath two birth-days: two days, at least, in every year, which set him upon revolving the lapse of time, as it affects his mortal duration. The one is that which in an especial manner he termeth his. In the gradual desuetude of old observances, this custom of solemnizing our proper birth-day hath nearly passed away; or is left to children, who reflect nothing at all about the matter, nor understand any thing in it beyond cake and orange. But the birth of a New Year is of an interest too wide to be pretermitted by king or cobbler. No one ever regarded the First of January with indifference. It is that from which all date their time, and count upon what is left. It is the nativity of our common Adam. ~Charles Lamb (1775–1834), “New Year’s Eve,” in The London Magazine, January 1821  [This quote has been popularized to “New Year’s Day is every man’s birthday,” but I’ve not found that wording in any of Lamb’s works. —tεᖇᖇ¡·g]

2017 Latest HD Wallpapers for New Year Beautiful wallpapers facebook whatsapp HD
2017 Latest HD Wallpapers for New Year Beautiful wallpapers facebook whatsapp HD
2017 Latest HD Wallpapers for New Year Beautiful wallpapers facebook whatsapp HD
2017 Latest HD Wallpapers for New Year Beautiful wallpapers facebook whatsapp HD

Every man should be born again on the first of January. Start with a fresh page. Take up one hole more in the buckle, if necessary, or let down one, according to circumstances; but, on the first of January let every man gird himself once more, with his face to the front, and take interest in the things that are and are to be, and not in the things that were and are past. ~Henry Ward Beecher (1813–1887), “A Completed Year,” 1882 December 31st, quoted in Plymouth Pulpit: A Weekly Publication of Sermons Preached by Henry Ward Beecher in Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, Vol. V, Printed from Mr. T.J. Ellinwood’s Stenographic Reports

Last night, between eleven and twelve o’clock… the Old Year was leaving her final foot-prints on the borders of Time’s empire…. she thus awaited the midnight knell that was to summon her to the innumerable sisterhood of departed years….
The New Year…. greeted the disconsolate Old Year with great affection, and sat down beside her… waiting for the signal to begin her rambles through the world. The two were own sisters, being both grand-daughters of Time; and though one looked so much older than the other, it was rather owing to hardships and trouble than to age, since there was but a twelve-month’s difference between them.
~Nathaniel Hawthorne (1804–1864), “The Sister Years,” Carrier’s Address to Patrons of the Salem Gazette, 1839 January 1st

“I have a fine lot of hopes here in my basket,” remarked the New Year. “They are a sweet-smelling flower—a species of rose.”
“They soon lose their perfume,” replied the sombre Old Year. “What else have you brought to insure a welcome from the discontented race of mortals?”
~Nathaniel Hawthorne (1804–1864), “The Sister Years,” Carrier’s Address to Patrons of the Salem Gazette, 1839 January 1st

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2017 Latest HD Wallpapers for New Year Beautiful wallpapers facebook whatsapp HD
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2017 Latest HD Wallpapers for New Year Beautiful wallpapers facebook whatsapp HD

“Happy New-year! happy New-year!” It is the day of hope and a fresh beginning. Old debts shall be forgiven; old feuds forgotten; old friendships revived. To‑day shall be better than yesterday. The good vows shall be kept. A blessing shall be wrung from the fleet angel Opportunity. There shall be more patience, more courage, more faith; the dream shall become life; to‑day shall wear the glamour of to‑morrow. Ring out the old, ring in the new! ~George William Curtis (1824–1892), “Editor’s Easy Chair,” Harper’s New Monthly Magazine, January 1887 [In the 1893 publication of his essays, this piece is titled “The New Year.” —tεᖇᖇ¡·g]

Cheers to a new year and another chance for us to get it right. ~Oprah Winfrey (b.1954)

While the bald trees stretch forth their long lank arms…
And nought more gladsome in the hedge is seen,
Than the dark holly’s grimly glistening green—
At such a time, the ancient year goes by
To join its parents in eternity—
At such a time the merry year is born,
Like the bright berry from the naked thorn.
~Hartley Coleridge (1796–1849), “New-Year’s Day,” Poems, 1833