Getting Into the Habit

I can think of no better place to point you than this article The Pace of Productivity and How to Master Your Creative Routine in Brain Pickings.
Aristotle quote
Need I say that getting into the habit of sitting in meditation regularly is the foundation upon which all else sits. Well, I said it.

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3 thoughts on “Getting Into the Habit”

  1. The quotation is not strictly Aristotle, but is commentary on Aristotle from The Story of Philosophy: The Lives and Opinions of the World’s Greatest Philosophers by Will Durant (1926). The passage in question is on page 87 of the reprint on Google Books. Wikiquotes also flags it as mis-attributed.

    Not that it matters.

    1. Oh Walter! It is always so good to know you are on board and watching things like this. Thank you. I like the quote anyway. I should write a bit more about habit I guess.

    2. That is *great* to know. The Durants had an impact on my parents’ generation and are now muddled together with the people they wrote about. I discovered this in looking for the source of “No one in a hurry is truly civilized.” (Durant.)

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