Consistent Application is Key
Words by Lead Coordinator, Kokayi Nosakhere
Here is our working definition for the word discipline: doing what you need to do when you need to do it, whether you want to or not. That’s a military-style definition. While this appears to imply forced behavior, it is not. Not when it is YOU choosing to discipline you. Eventually, habit force will kick in and what was once an act of discipline becomes second nature.
Unfortunately, you can only be introduced to one idea at a time. The ideas being introduced to you in this series are precious. Some call them jewels. Please do not intellectually consume these ideas. You must put them into practice to reap their benefits. Otherwise, the time we are spending together mentally is wasted.
A waste of time is a waste of life. We cannot let that happen. The lives of 31 million children are on the line. The quality of their physical brains and physical organs are at stake. The genius of an entire generation is what we are preparing you to address.
The Lead Coordinator has a clear mental picture. He can clearly envision Ameruca choosing to act in such a way that feeds all of its children.
If we choose to leave the impotent space of intellectual acceptance and enter the land of action, we find that Cause and Effect is the dominant law of the Universe. When YOU do something – engage in a physical act – it causes what the physical action touches to “change.”
According to the great scientist, Issac Newton, “And object at rest will remain at rest until acted upon by an external force.” This is Newton’s First Law of Motion.
E + R = O works through usage. Everyone, 100% of the members of a population, have the potential to master Cause and Effect. This doesn’t mean that it is going to happen. To master the physical Universe requires discipline.
The lack of discipline separates the population. Think New Year Resolutions or rehab. 85 people out 100 are in desperate need of support when asked to fast 7 days. 10 people will get mad and talk themselves through the challenge. 5 people will appear to fast without any problems.
The question is: Are you among the 85%, 10% or 5%?
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