As I came back home one morning, I wondered why running wasn’t getting easier. The answer was obvious: I’d been inconsistent in it. In that “Eureka” moment, I came up with a little hypothesis on why inconsistent people were never going to become great at whatever it is they were involved in. I called it “The Pain Of Inconsistency” Theory 🤓.
His ability to deliver therefore to a great extent is determined by the quality of the training he has submitted to and fulfilled.
Circumcision wasn't always as popular as it is today, and for good reason. Perhaps one of those reasons would be the pain involved, especially if done when the subject is no longer a child. Genesis 34 tells the story of how Levi and Simeon (two men) sacked a whole city and the surrounding fields, killed … Continue reading The Pain Of Circumcision