Quotation of the Day: Ambrose Bierce (1842-1914) freedom from habit…or Habits: Stop wearing them!

Habit, n.: A shackle for the free.

Habit, n.: A shackle for the free.

Ambrose Bierce (1842-1914) Discuss

Yes, I have something to say about this: The guy is right!  Good habits, bad habits, short habits or long (and they tend to be long, very long), they all make you drag your feet, when they take put much weight on your shoulders and lead around your ankles.

So I’d say: let’s take a break from a habit today, see if you consider going back to it tomorrow.”   

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