As we near a new year, take a moment to reflect on 2022, and find your way to make a change for good. Post a photo, a video, a poem—anything that will help nurture the soul of the world.

You can either post on your own social media feeds
using the hashtag #toastpacifica,
post on The Toast Heard ‘Round the World Facebook page here,
or leave your message in the comments below.

Recent #toastpacifica posts:

A Toast from Machiel & Akke-Jeanne Klerk

Showing 18 comments
  • Mike

    Can’t wait for 2023!

  • John

    It should be a great year

  • Gail

    This is cool! Happy New Year!

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  • Debra P.

    Let’s all concentrate our energies toward a more positive world in 2023 #toastpacifica

  • Richard D.

    Remember for 2023 to practice self-care!

  • Katherine Bailes

    Surrender the demand that the world accommodate “me.” Dissolve the clench.

  • Peter Rojcewicz


    I have refused to live
    locked in the orderly house of
    reasons and proofs.
    The world I live in and believe in
    Is wider than that. And anyway,
    what’s wrong with Maybe?

    You wouldn’t believe what once or
    twice I have seen. I’ll just
    tell you this:
    only if there are angels in your head will you
    ever, possibly, see one.

                            —Mary Oliver

  • Dianne Travis-Teague

    Home is not where we live. Home is where we belong. ~ African Proverb

  • Dianne Travis-Teague

    Whatever is beautiful,
    Whatever is meaningful,
    Whatever brings you happiness,
    May it be yours this Holiday Season
    And throughout the New Year!

  • Dianne Travis-Teague

    Why did you stop dancing?
    Why did you stop drumming?
    Why did you stop writing?
    Why did you stop singing?
    Why did you stop loving?
    Why did you stop believing?
    Why did you stop feeling?
    Why did you stop dreaming?
    Get back to your passion. Allow passion to take you from where you are to are, to the world of spiritual fulfillment where you rightfully belong.
    ~James Weeks
    Across The King’s River

  • Tanya Hurst

    “It is not so much the idea of everyone being an artist, but the idea of bringing what Henri called “the art spirit” to everything each one of us does individually.” – Russell A. Lockhart, Ph.D. in Dreams, Bones, & the Future: Queries and Speculations. #toastpacifica

  • Rita Bazeley

    A Toast to 2023! May Love and Kindness shine brighter in 2023 through the power of Love and the Soul!

  • Beth Anne

    A NYE poetic thought:

    The truth waits for you in birdsong.

    Or the stones will tell you
    if you prefer.

    Silence, stones, birdsong,
    the wind in the trees….

    If you have a question,
    ask it.

    (You only need patience.)

    (You only need the will to wait.)


    Blessings to all this New Year!

  • Dianne Travis-Teague

    I hope you never lose your sense of wonder,
    You get your fill to eat but always keep that hunger,
    May you never take one single breath for granted,
    God forbid love ever leave you empty handed,
    I hope you still feel small when you stand beside the ocean,
    Whenever one door closes I hope one more opens,
    Promise me that you’ll give faith a fighting chance,
    And when you get the choice to sit it out or dance.
    I hope you dance… I hope you dance…

  • Dianne Travis-Teague

    Your spiritual practice must resonate with your soul. Find what works for you. Do not seek approval from others. In 2023 — seek to develop your spiritual gifts and be consistent with your spiritual practice. You cannot live your best life if you neglect the needs of your soul.

    ~ James Weeks
    Across the King’s River

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