... I will keep watch to see what He will speak to me, and how I may reply when I am reproved.
I take for granted that my historical inability to reliably use organizational technology is a spiritual
problem, an aspect of Western Original Sin defined medically. That the presentation is physical (no pain, no sustained work) is irrelevant: I have sunk enough research into various techniques (Zen Buddhist/Hatha Yoga/Taoist meditative, biofeedback, Western dietary control and supplementation) that I intellectually have adequate workarounds. As for meta-principles: it looks
like consistently stacking Ecclesiastes 7:15-18 on top of James 1:5-8 will vastly improve things. In particular, I'd like to experiment with superseding Zen Buddhism's "monkey mind" exercise as an adjunct to the continuing goal, "taking all thoughts captive".
So: is considering how to paralyze the spiritual issue physically what I should be looking at? I'm unaware of a good metaphysical reason why this shouldn't work. So the way I have emotionally veered, from planning such approaches in detail, is superficially neutral. [From a memetic point of view, such veering is evidence that "paralyzing the spiritual issue physically" is highly relevant.]
I was reviewing Habakkuk as an escape from frustration regarding the time management disorganization. "I don't believe my excuses — why should you?"