Lately I’ve been reading a great deal in the literature about habit formation and cognitive functionality. It appears that little things matter a great deal. A tiny decision one day moves us closer to developing a habit that could ultimately impact an entire lifetime. While this could certainly be cause for alarm, I think the more important take away should be a call to thoughtfulness.
Decisions we make for ourselves and for our young offspring should be guided by a long-range vision. Even our smallest actions deserve attentive evaluation: how we spend our free time, how we shop, how we eat, what things we put in place to entertain our children, what books we read, the people we spend time with, the individuals who guide our children.
It is important to run each scenario all the way out to its logical conclusion and see if that is a place we really want to head. Everything we do will always, ultimately, do something to us.
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