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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 the fox.
But like the character Nobody in Jim Jarmusch's Dead Man, 1995, the more Durham habituates himself to Europe, the more potent come to seem the tropes of this identity, a development probably owing to his increased renown.
One clear example today is how the Internet not only provides resources for more information, but habituates persons to interactive communication.