So someone’s good at taking down an opponent, but that doesn’t make them more community-minded, or modest, or well-prepared for any circumstance, or more tolerant of the faults of others.”
Marcus Aurelius, Meditations, 7.52
What we practice matters. If we practice without precision, we’ll have no precision, etc. etc…
If we want to get better at anything, we have to practice that thing. However, things we’re not mindful of also get woven into our habituations. We have to be mindful of what we’re taking in to ourselves, otherwise, what is it that we’re getting better at?
Just because we're good at one thing, doesn't mean we're good at all things.
(See y’all tomorrow)