Start what you finish. Vow to this, and your actions will be far and above many others. Completion embodies into those who commit; discipline, substance, focus. Even if your vow is to complete the most mundane task, such as watering a plant. Should you consistently neglect this one simple act, that plant will die. Think of your life, as that plant, and your vow to complete your intentions as the water. Every time you deprive your plant–every time you desist in actions which mean something to you–you leave yourself weak and dry.
At the end of a self determined cycle, one brings themselves to a place of pure fulfillment. A manifestation met through committing blood, sweat, tears, and persistence will always be far more rewarding than the manufactured experience created by another solely for consumption or entertainment. A meal modestly, but mindfully made by your hands will be savored more than any gourmet dish. The last step of your early morning run, will always fill more of a thrill than watching a world class Olympian win gold by a split second. The blooms of your own rose garden will smell far sweeter than any given bouquet. One sentence from the strokes of your own pen will always read more substantial than an entire novel by the best selling author.
So don’t let the food spoil, don’t snooze through the last step, tend to your gardens with love, and dot the last period of your sentence. Do yourself right by vowing full fruition to that which you determine makes you happy, and you will be complete.