Sunday, March 11, 2012


It is in the daily striving that perseverance counts. (Twenty-Four Hours A Day, 16 January)

Who has a more fierce struggle than the person who strives to master himself?  And this must be our occupation: to strive to master ourselves and daily to grow stronger and to advance from good to better. (Thomas 'A Kempis, The Imitation Of Christ, Book 1, Chapter 3, p. 33)

If you are interested in reducing certain behaviors, daily recording of these behaviors could decrease their occurrence. (after Ratey and Johnson, Shadow Syndromes, p. 334-5)
11 March 2012

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