We are all products of our habits.
The state of our health, our mind, our relationships, our finances, etc….all reflect what habits we have invested in for the past several years. Change in any area is as simple…I didn’t say easy…as changing our habits. Here is an awesome couple of paragraphs from Wallace D. Wattles on the subject of habits:
“It is probable that your greatest difficulty will be to overcome your old habitual ways of thought, and to form new habits. The world is ruled by habit. Kings, tyrants, masters, and plutocrats hold their position solely because the people have come to habitually accept them.Things are as they are only because people have formed the habit of accepting them as they are. When the people change their habitual thought about governmental, social, and industrial institutions, they will change the institutions.
“Habit rules us all.
“You have formed perhaps the habit of thinking of yourself as a common person, as one of limited ability, or as being more or less of a failure. Whatever you habitually think yourself to be, that you are. You must form now, a greater and better habit; you must form a conception of yourself as a being with limitless power, and habitually think that you are that being. It is the habitual, not the periodical thought that decides your destiny. “