Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Habitual Quotes from famous authors such as Matisyahu, Sallust, Rosabeth Moss Kanter, John C. Calhoun, Marcus Aurelius. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
People aren’t religious because it’s easy not to be. Like anything, it’s habitual, and once it’s a habit it’s no longer hard.
In my own case, who have spent my whole life in the practice of virtue, right conduct from habitual has become natural.
Mindless habitual behavior is the enemy of innovation.
In my opinion, any navy less than that which would give us the habitual command of our own coast and seas would be little short of useless.
Such as are your habitual thoughts, such also will be the character of your mind; for the soul is dyed by the thoughts.
I am sure that the sad days and happenings were rare, and that I lived the joyous and careless life of other children; but just because the happy days were so habitual to me they made no impression upon my mind, and I can no longer recall them.
There are as many kinds of beauty as there are habitual ways of seeking happiness.
The use of chance operations opened out my way of working. The body tends to be habitual. The use of chance allowed us to find new ways to move and to put movements together that would not otherwise have been available to us. It revealed possibilities that were always there except that my mind hadn’t seen them.
Let what is irksome become habitual, no more will it trouble you.
The strength of a man’s virtue should not be measured by his special exertions, but by his habitual acts.
Having captained India for long, it is habitual to discuss with my mates and assess the bowling changes, the bowling changes, the field setting that the opposing captain would do.
It seems difficult, sometimes, to believe that there was a time when sentiments now become habitual, sentiments that imply not only the original imperative of conduct, but the original metaphysic of living, were by no means altogether habitual.
Friendship is a strong and habitual inclination in two persons to promote the good and happiness of one another.
People talk about the courage of condemned men walking to the place of execution: sometimes it needs as much courage to walk with any kind of bearing towards another person’s habitual misery.
The scariest thought in the world is that someday I’ll wake up and realize I’ve been sleepwalking through my life: underappreciating the people I love, making the same hurtful mistakes over and over, a slave to neuroses, fear, and the habitual.
Our destiny changes with our thought; we shall become what we wish to become, do what we wish to do, when our habitual thought corresponds with our desire.
Life is the art of being well deceived; and in order that the deception may succeed it must be habitual and uninterrupted.
I had friendships with two people in my life who, when I attempted to do my habitual behavior of building a case to break up with them, wouldn’t allow me to do it. They both said to me, ‘I’m not going anywhere.’ And that moved me so deeply.
Sport is the habitual and voluntary cultivation of intensive physical effort.
I am more than just a serious basketball fan. I am a life-long addict. I was addicted from birth, in fact, because I was born in Kentucky and I learned, early on, that Habitual Domination was a natural way of life.
The brain does not manufacture thoughts unless we stimulate it with habitual verbalizing. When we train ourselves by constant practice to stop verbalizing, the brain can experience things as they are.
You lose your habitual behavior, which allowed you to sort of zone out. You have to be here, you have to be now, you have to be present.
If you start working out a few days a week, if you start eating better, it does become easy and habitual eventually.
The key to creating the mental space before responding is mindfulness. Mindfulness is a way of being present: paying attention to and accepting what is happening in our lives. It helps us to be aware of and step away from our automatic and habitual reactions to our everyday experiences.
You have to intervene really, really strongly with people who are habitual knife-carriers, that includes stop and search definitely, you have to keep them locked up.