Habits—good or bad—are difficult to break.
Habits begin and manifest deep in the mind and they can be friends or foes.
Good habits can make our lives easier, help us to successfully come out
of even at constrained times unknowingly easily.
Certain habits are destructive and even conducive to health, economic
conditions, Paralyses relationships too depending upon the swiftness
of such habits.
It is essential to deeply concern whether the habits bear positive force
to achieve the goals in our lives or otherwise, since habits become
ingrained through repeated actions.
As creatures of habit, many people struggle with breaking habits.
Aristotle said it best: “We are what we repeatedly do.
Excellence is not an act..It’s a habit.
“We first make our habits, and then our habits make us.”
said:: — John Dryden —
I am your constant companion.
I am your greatest asset or heaviest burden.
I will push you up to success or down to disappointment.
I am at your command.
Half the things you do might just as well be turned over to me.
For I can do them quickly, correctly and profitably.
I am easily managed; just be firm with me.
Those who are great, I have made great.
Those who are failures, I have made failures.
I am not a machine, though I work with the precision of a
machine and the intelligence of a person.
You can run me for profit, or you can run me for ruin.
Show me how you want it done. Educate me. Train me.
Lead me. Reward me.
And I will then…do it automatically.
I am your servant.
Who am I?
I am a habit.