Habits form & habits can go

I’ve been thinking a lot about habits lately.  Observing my habitual ways and talking with other people about their habits of thought and movement.

My interest has been sparked by reading a fascinating book by Tito Rajarshi Mukhopadhyay on the autistic mind.

Here’s one quote I really liked;

“Habits form &
habits grow
then sometime later
habits go.”

How can I talk if my lips don’t move?: Inside my autistic mind
By Tito Rajarshi Mukhopadhyay

Tito’s insights into his experience of life were both enjoyable to read and invited me to consider my own strategies in learning and life.

Tito was three years old when he was diagnosed as severely autistic.  His mother was determined that he would overcome the “problem” by teaching him to read and write.

Tito now has the tool to explain how an autistic person experiences life and the people he meets.

If you are looking for a little inspiration I recommend How can I talk if my lips don’t move?: Inside my autistic mind.

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