Learning by Rote: Creativity and Discipline in Life and Prayer

Jean Elizabeth Seah

Jean Elizabeth Seah

Jean Elizabeth Seah is a law and liberal arts graduate. She has had several adventures with Our Lord and Our Lady, including running away to join a convent after law school. The journey is tough and the path ahead is foggy, but she knows that as long as you hold firmly onto Our Lady’s hand, you’ll make it through! She also writes at https://aleteia.org/author/jean-elizabeth-seah/

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2 thoughts on “Learning by Rote: Creativity and Discipline in Life and Prayer”

  1. Awesome! I have always thought that true greatness is most often the product of doing the same few things repetitively and with ever deepening insight until they change us into themselves. It is then that we can be creative, because we can forget about ourselves.

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