When you first learn to ride a bike, you fall down a lot. Then at a certain point things become easier. Eventually it even becomes enjoyable, possibly evolving into a life long leisure activity. We forget that in the beginning - riding a bike is hard, deflating, and sometimes even hurts. Many new things in life, whether they be habits or ways of being, are like learning to ride a bike. Sometimes what we need is the patience to recognize that the way we experience something in the beginning, may be very different from how we experience it later on in the process.
THIS WEEK: What’s something your trying to adopt in life where your struggling to get through the initial difficult phase? How might reminding yourself of the temporary nature of this pain help you stay the course?
All the best,
Steve Lawson - Monk Manual Founder
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