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|Habit, n. : a shackle for the free Ambrose Bierce Some habits are positive and |
healthy and important to cultivate. Others are deadly; they strangle my creativity
and create a barrier between me and the world. Are habits tying me down?
|Ballou, Hosea The power of habit and the charm of novelty are the two adverse |
forces which explain the follies of mankind. - Beausacq, Maria De Habit is a great
deadener. - Beckett, Samuel Habit is a shackle for the free. - Bierce, Ambrose ...
|CHAPTER 6 How to Break a Habit Habit, n. A shackle for the free. —/-'Imbrose |
Bierce Wise living consists perhaps less in acquiring good habits than in
acquiring as few habits as possible. —Eric Hoffer Everyone has habits—big
habits, small ...
|But one in five American adults still smokes, even in Austin, and the habit is on |
the rise among teenagers. Most get ... It's hip, it's a duty-free method of adult
behavior simulation, and it's cheap. Bought in bulk ... A shackle for the free.” The
|... this vision, we can face this day, and all thosethat come, with confidence and |
serenity. Today, I will remember my vision of a better lifeformy clients. Ihave
faithin a better lifefor myself. Anonymous Habit April 6 Habit, n.: a shackle for the
|HABIT, n. A shackle for the free. HEAVEN, n. A place where the wicked cease |
from troubling you with talk of their personal affairs, and the good listen with
attention while you expound your own. (Ambrose Bierce, The Devil's Dictionary) ...
|Yet You've declared that where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty. So now, |
Lord, I take that Word . . . and wielding it as the Sword of the Spirit that it is, inYour
Name and byYour power, I hereby cut Mother free from every chain and shackle
|A writ by which a man may be taken out of jail when confined for the wrong crime. |
HABIT, n. A shackle for the free. HADES, n. The lower world; the residence of
departed spirits; the place where the dead live. Among the ancients the idea 74 ...
|HABIT, n. A shackle for the free. HADES, n. The lower world; the residence of |
departed spirits; the place where the dead live. Among the ancients the idea of
Hades was not synonymous with our Hell, many of the most respectable men of ...
|A tax hike is not considered an arbitrary political act but rather a "necessity of |
national policy." Exercise follows standardization. It regularly sets graded tasks
for the mind. The fetters of habit shackle free ability. The exercises are performed
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