We do what we know. We do what we have practiced over and over until it became habit.

We are given divine freedom to choose what we want to do. But, to actually do what we want requires discipline in the form of consistently repeating tasks for learning and preparation. No matter what new things we want to do, we must think new thoughts, do new things (practice), and develop new habits..

Take the simple task of putting on a shirt as an example. Before we ever put on our first shirt, we had to learn what a shirt is and how to wear it (front, back, buttons, etc.). Then we had to practice before we were able to actually put one on. Because we wear a shirt every day, we practice putting one on every day. After a while we get so good at putting on a shirt that we do it without thinking about it. The point is for even the simplest things we do there is a process that requires the discipline of regular practice.

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