“I don’t want to”

This is a statement that must be used with care and analyzed for a root meaning to maintain the steady series of productive action.

When “I don’t want to” means “I don’t want to do what I know I am supposed to do and I know that it should be done,” watch out and make some changes.

When “I don’t want to” means “I don’t feel like it and I am afraid,” face the fear.

When “I don’t want to” means “I don’t like you,” consider the required love for enemies.

When “I don’t want to” means “God and I are in agreement that this is not something I should do now,” you are golden.

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