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WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT this statement? “A backyard bird feeder will help take the stress out of your life.” A friend of mine uses that line to promote her birding shop in Barnegat, New Jersey. It’s warm, appealing, and will, with luck, ...more

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James K.A. Smith
“Liturgy,” as I’m using the word, is a shorthand term for those rituals that are loaded with an ultimate Story about who we are and what we’re for. They carry within them a kind of ultimate orientation. To return to our metaphor above, think of these liturgies as calibration technologies: they bend the needle of our hearts.”
James K.A. Smith, You Are What You Love: The Spiritual Power of Habit

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“You can’t just think your way to new hungers. While Pollan and Berry may have successfully recruited my intellect, their books couldn’t change my habits. Such rehabituation was going to require a whole new set of practices. And while their arguments could be intellectual catalysts for me—epiphanies of insight into how my hunger-habits had been deformed—unlearning those habits would require counterformative practices, different rhythms and routines that would retrain my hunger. My hungers would have to be retrained so that I would want to eat differently.”
James K.A. Smith, You Are What You Love: The Spiritual Power of Habit

Megan McArdle
“groupidity”: doing something stupid because other people around you seem to think it’s safe.”
Megan McArdle, The Up Side of Down: Why Failing Well Is the Key to Success

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“If you want to minimize the risk of catastrophe, you focus on the process much more than the outcome.”
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“If we want an educated population, a skilled workforce, an innovative society, then we will have to work just as hard as he did to persuade people that the pain of failure is like a blister in tennis—a sign that you are trying hard enough to improve.”
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