In the morning, I make a mug of instant coffee and have a bowl of cereal. Then, I start a pot of tea, a bowl of oatmeal, and a mug of hot chocolate. This is the ritual that I follow on the days I just want to have a cup of coffee with a mug of hot chocolate.
I love my morning ritual. I really do. But to be fair, I have to admit that I have fallen into some bad habits with this ritual. I actually don’t get to have any of the three meals on the schedule, so the lack of a breakfast is a little disheartening. But what really gets me are the things I do for breakfast.
There is a lot of variation in the way we go about our morning rituals. For example, some people have a bowl of cereal and some people have a bowl of fruit and some people have a bowl of oatmeal. But that’s not really the point. The point is that we have a basic ritual and then we add more variety to get the point across.
Well, I have a theory that the reason why we have so much variation in our morning routines is because we’re not getting the most out of our brains. Its like eating too much. You’ll get the same meal, but you’ll be craving it even more. It’s like a chain reaction of the brain. If you’re not eating enough, then you’ll start to crave more. If you don’t have enough, you’ll start to crave less. And so on.
We can all remember when we learned to love to eat like it was the most important thing in the world. Or when we learned to get up early and get to school on time in order to prepare for the day ahead. Or when we learned to make the best coffee, cream, and sugar out of the house. Or when we learned to drive a car that was perfect for its age. Or when we learned to eat and sleep in the same bed.
It seems that we all have a tendency to learn the same things and then we learn to like it so much that we do it more. Then we never learn new things, we just keep doing what we were doing before. At least that sounds like a good way to go. However, this doesn’t mean that we are all incapable of learning new things.
Actually, I think its pretty common that we all learn something new at some point. It seems like most people learn to play an instrument, do a crossword puzzle, or something that they like and then don’t actually start learning it for a while. But we also seem to be able to learn new things. I just think that this is more of a “learning to like something” than “learning new” thing.
I think the key here is that we are all learning new things. For example, I think that the reason why we learn new things is because we are learning to enjoy learning something. We are learning new things not because we are learning the same thing over and over. I think that some people learn things because they are good at it. I think that some people learn things because they want to learn it. I think that some people learn things because they want to do something else.
As is the case with any new skill or talent, there are a myriad of reasons people learn new things, and many of these reasons are related to enjoyment.
The most obvious and basic reason is that when you’re learning something new, you’re thinking, “This feels new.” In other words, you’re not just “learning” something, you’re actually “experiencing/feeling” it. In other words: the more you learn, the more you are, well, experiencing/feeling it.