If the spiritual disciplines I have listed in triplets above are truly means of God's delectable grace, they will form habits instead of needing to be habit formed; they will habituate
the Christian like the delightful taste of human food habituates
"It normally takes around ten years to habituate
a chimpanzee community," says Cox.
Cabinet Division joint secretary Ishtiaque Ahmad, however, quoted the Government Employees Code of Conduct that stipulated that "a government employee must not habituate
in any kind of speculative (Fatka) business which may cause huge loss due to price volatility".
Stosur, who has been given the time to get clay courts out of her system in her effort to habituate
herself to grass with an earlier-than-expected defeat at the French Open, said that she is enjoying playing on grass and admitted that she should have done that a long time ago.
Washington, Sept 15 ( ANI ): Foetuses exposed to heavy binge drinking by their mums while still in the womb require significantly more trials to habituate
and also exhibit a greater variability in test performance, a new study has revealed.
In contrast, individuals with an inhibited temperament failed to habituate
across repeated presentations of faces, meaning familiar faces triggered the same brain response as the unfamiliar.
In a second session, the foetus "remembers" the stimulus and the number of stimuli needed for the foetus to habituate
is then much smaller.
"The failure of bariatric surgery candidates to habituate
suggests that satiation, or the feeling of fullness while eating, is impaired in this population.
The speed at which this decrease occurs indicates an individual's level of psychological resilience -- the faster that someone habituates
to a stressful noise, the higher their resilience.
In his view, the mind habituates
itself, unwittingly, over a long period of time, to be unhappy.
Human food and trash "habituates
them to people and increases the chance of conflict.