Writing and etymology in Korean
習 (습) – practice
慣 (관) – custom, habit

A way of life is rooted in culture and comes with certain habits. It may differ according to cultural heritage.

We need to think about how to get rid of bad habits and establish order in our lives. Is it easy or difficult? If a bad habit has already been developed, it is not easy to correct. A Korean proverb says that habits developed at the age of three will last until the age of eighty.

Habit is a terrible thing. Congenital character traits are hard to change. To get rid of a habitual way of life, you have to force yourself to go the opposite way. It takes time for the new behavior to become a habit.

Good or evil arises according to the direction and habits of the soul. It is the direction and habits of the soul that determine good and evil.

We need to acquire good habits and develop spiritual sensitivity. Nothing in our environment is meaningless. Everything can be used as educational material or a textbook for self-development.

If you live an ordinary life by the will of habit, you can easily slip into everyday ordinariness. Be proactive and relentlessly active. Lead a life that can improve the general conditions of life and bring higher values to life.