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In the life of a university student, assignments come along frequently. And with them—and I speak from experience—can come the tendency to feel distracted and procrastinate. But lately I’ve had the desire to deal with this habit in a more productive way: to tackle it through a spiritual approach. This has brought immediate, and good, results.
For instance, one day I was sitting in the university’s library writing an essay. But it wasn’t going as planned. I kept being demotivated and distracted by the desire to be elsewhere, doing something more exciting.
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