We Are What We Repeatedly Do
Terry Pottinger wrote a beautiful poem based on Aristotle’s quote: “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.”
Feel free to scroll down to the bottom first and click on the links so you get two fine examples of how to nail the challenge.
Alternatively, keep reading, but bear in mind that I am autistic, and my response will be less fine, more visual and a bit different.
I repeatedly go with the flow
So I am a flower
I repeatedly think I should do things
So I am a shoulder
I repeatedly draw
So I am a drawer
I repeatedly raise a toast 🍷
So I am a toaster
I repeatedly make mistakes
So I am human
You can find Terry Pottinger’s poem here, and do click on the link so you can hear her reading it. I wish I sounded like that:
“We Are What We Repeatedly Do.
Excellence, therefore, is not an act but a habit.” ~Aristotle
Find Mick Gibson’s wonderful response here: