by Rev Joel Yong
A lazy person puts his fork in his food. He wears himself out as he brings it back to his mouth.
A lazy person gets tired by the mere act of bringing food to his mouth.
His capacity allows for only this, and no more. He then becomes tired.
The solution therefore is to grow his capacity.
It has been said that good athletic coaches make athletes do what they don’t want to, in training so that these athletes can do what they never imagined they could- at the races.
Capacity growth doesn’t just happen.
It’s developed by doing the difficult thing daily until you burst through your present limitations in capacity.