No matter what kind of Study it not only will provide you with more knowledge but it will set you free. The question is how do you study? Is it memorizing a page just to pass a test and then throw it away later? Instead we need to study not for one time but learn for the rest of our lives. Is study just scratching the surface instead of engaging in the deeper realm of understanding? “Let’s learn to ask questions.” ( Foster 75 ). Study must involve humility. You have to release the thought that you know everything and don’t have to be taught anymore. You will never learn if you come from the lens of I know everything and I don’t need more knowledge. “We must come as a student, not a teacher.” ( Foster 66 ). To completely connect with what you study you must include these four steps into your routine. First you must have repetition, then concentration, comprehension, and lastly reflection. “With innumerable murders being portrayed each evening on prime time TV, the repetition alone trains the inner mind in destructive thought patterns.” ( Foster 65 ). Learning is just one big circle sometimes you have to come back to the start to progress. Sometimes you have to repeat something you’ve already learned in order to attain something new. “Study simply cannot happen until we are willing to subject to the subject matter.” ( Foster 66 ). If you are distracted and cannot completely submerge in your study your mind will be in more than one place and you will feel that your work is impossible. If you De-attach from noise, crowd, and hurry you will be able to listen and comprehend. “This Eureka experience of understanding catapults us on to a new level of growth and freedom. It leads to insight and discernment. It provides the basis for a true perception of reality.” ( Foster 66 ). Without comprehension we wouldn’t be able to apply it to ourselves. When something is applicable to ourselves we automatically are able to comprehend it better because of the experiences we had in life. Although coming together and reflecting the topic almost always changes our comprehension. “Although comprehension defines what we are studying, reflection defines the significance of what we are studying.” ( Foster 66 ). Reflection is one of the most important steps. If you do not reflect you won’t be able to reach a deeper level. Reflecting is the step that opens your eyes to possibly to change. What you thought at the beginning might completely be muzzled when you reflect. What if all of this study didn’t have to be just from books. There is a fine line between verbal (books) and non verbal study. When you study books you need to have experience, other books to connect it to, and a live discussion to reflect the book. When you study non verbal you need to study nature in respectful observation, become friends with the animals, and to observe the relationships between humans. “The handiwork of the Creator can speak to us and teach us if we listen.” ( Foster 73 ). Listening to humans interactions will help understand who you are. You shouldn’t judge people when we do this. If we have a judging attitude while studying humans it won’t teach us anything. We almost need to wipe our mind clean so our automatic reaction is not to judge someone but instead to have an open mind. If we truly commit to our study we will find that study won’t harm us if we don’t allow our laziness to control it.