For people who hate discipline and only get more stubborn, there’ll come a day when life tumbles in and they break, but by then it’ll be too late to help them. Proverbs 29:1
What a privilege it is to be picky. Living in America, almost every one of us have our likes and dislikes. So, what I say from this point on is relative.
Food is one of those areas in which children demonstrate their preferences, quite early on, I might add. Texture, taste and timing of a meal often becomes a line of demarcation that promotes frustration for the stubborn one.
And if this behavior meets no worthy challenge throughout the tender years, then like “not so fine wine” the pickiness gets “NOT better with age!”
But like I said initially, we all suffer from some sort of lack of discipline and if we don’t allow wisdom to curb our hateful habits, we will look up one day and it could be too late.
So, today, if you don’t like to exercise, but you know it would help your circulation and cellulite storage program, do it anyway. If you don’t like the texture of vegetables or fruit or meat or much of anything else nutritious but you know your health depends on a change, make the change.
At the end of the day, what we think we don’t like may be just the thing that makes life worth living.