Habit story -1

本とお茶-4 English

First, I will write the words of Mother Teresa that I wrote before

Be careful of your thoughts, for your thoughts become your words.
Be careful of your words, for your words become your deeds.
Be careful of your deeds, for your deeds become your habits.
Be careful of your habits, for your habits become your character.
Be careful of your character, for your character becomes your destiny.

This time I would like to write what I thought from these words.(See also “Where you are” I wrote earlier自分の居場所-1– But I only wrote in Japanese. )

I think this word is a habit. The habit that you decide and do is that the things that accompany it happen around you. As you decide to “squat ten times every day” and continue, your leg muscles will become stronger.

“No, I haven’t decided, but there are some things I don’t like!”

Some people say that. But we are unconsciously thinking, just not consciously thinking. Because we think, we are doing that. The scary thing is that this is also unconscious.

I’ll give you a long parable.

For example, you were reading a book and stood up remembering what you had to do. When you came back, you didn’t feel like reading a book and decided to watch a DVD. At this time, you think, “I will return the book I was reading to the bookshelf later,” and leave it alone. You took out some DVDs to choose which DVD to watch. And some of those DVDs are left untidy.

And when you were watching a DVD, a courier came. When you receive your luggage and come back, open the box. It was the clothes I ordered the other day. You look at the clothes you receive and try them on, “Let’s try them on.” The size and color are exactly what you want. Turn the washing machine, saying, “Let’s wash it first.” During this time, the DVD is left on.

You will review the DVD and then clean up the luggage box that arrived. Dry the laundry after the DVD is over. Then it was time to prepare dinner.

When you ate supper, took a bath, and returned to your room, you found some of the books you were reading today on your desk and left the DVD on the deck. Some of the DVDs you took out of the shelves aren’t tidy up. And the box of clothes that you received by mail order is also left alone. The room is messy.


How about that. Are you not doing something like this?

By the way, I clean up each time, so it’s often only that time that it’s messy. Next, I will give a parable of the actions you decide for yourself.

For example, if you want to eat delicious sweets every day, you naturally start looking for sweets that look delicious. You can find shops while walking around the city, or you can find them by reading magazines. If you continue such actions for three days, it will become a habit and you will be able to unknowingly find delicious sweets and eat them every day.


In brain science, when people think “I want to do this,” they unknowingly start looking for information about it.

The same is true of the car story I wrote earlier. But I only wrote in Japanese. (霊能力って特技よね-2– What is psychic ability-2)

When I thought, “I don’t see many green cars, let’s find them!”, I found a lot unexpectedly. I often see it even now. This isn’t because the number of green cars has increased exponentially, but because I care about them.

In order to realize what you wanted to do, by asking people and taking actions, you can easily get information and you can often do what you want to do.

Thinking, putting into words, acting, and repeating, it becomes a habit, a personality, and a destiny. Is that something like that?

I thought this was also part of the law of attraction. Even if you just wish and do nothing, it will not come true without permission. We unknowingly find information, notice the information we catch, and how we make use of it will determine whether our wishes will come true or not.

Even if you catch the information, if you don’t move thinking “But …”, your wish will not come true.

In order to move one step further from where we are now, it is important to act, even if it is a small thing.