Practice: the actual application and use of an idea, belief, or method. Practice turns into a habit. Habits make up who we are. Our good habits take us in good directions; our bad habits inversely take us to other places we usually don’t like. Think about your good habits. The hymn written in 1897 says, “Count your blessings; name them one by one.” Good habits are blessings. You created the habit for yourself. Why? Because you wanted to reach a goal. Answer the question: how have my good habits served me? They’ve served you if you’re proud of the effort you put in to create the pattern and how it constructively changed you. A cigarette smoker who quit smoking made quitting a good habit. A goal was reached. To be healthier. To enjoy life more than before. Good habits have a purpose. Create more good habits.