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The ancients were fond of an expression: Character is fate. It means that character is deterministic, that who you are determines what you will do. Self-discipline is one of those special things that…
«22. Be strict only with yourself. It was said that the true majesty of Marcus Aurelius was that his exactingness was directed only at himself.»
Why habits like grit and self-discipline can, at times, backfire. And what you can do to prevent this.
«Zen Koan: The first rule of routines is to develop one and stick with it. The second rule is to cultivate the capacity to easily let go of it.»
Without self-discipline, we will revert back to giving up. Because whether you’re aware of it or not, we’re all headed towards chaos.
“Things have roots and branches… If the root be in confusion, nothing will be well governed.”
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Many equate self-discipline with living a good, moral life, which ends up creating a lot of shame when we fail. There's a better way to build lasting, solid self-discipline in your life.
What is self-discipline? How do you build it? And how do you get motivated to take that first step? All the answers are right here.
What is self-discipline? I think everyone has at least a hazy picture of what it means to be self-disciplined. From the outside, self-discipline looks like suppressing impulses to do things you…
The purpose of the spiritual discipline of study is to take knowledge from head to heart -- to incorporate it into our bones so that it transforms us.
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