Making the Most of It, Whatever It Is



‘The thing is, when we do something again and again, it leaves an impression in the physical tissue of our brain. The more this impression is repeated, the easier it is to do the same thing again the next time…This is how habit works, whether it’s doing deeds of kindness, or playing the piano. Both take practice. That’s why it’s so important not to miss even one opportunity to do the things we intend to do, and to do our best at them. Don’t believe that something is as good as done when you’ve made a resolution to do it. It isn’t done until you follow through and do it.’



Charlotte Mason, Ourselves, pg. 208


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