After enlightenment, chop wood, carry water” Zen proverb like this proverb because it reminds me that the studying procedure before and after acquiring knowledge or skills is the same. In other words, you have to do the work all the time. Learning is a journey and not a destination. Yes there are many destinations across the way but if you keep at any place too long, you are no longer on a journey and you’ve temporary arrived. The world isn’t focused in your destination and keeps moving across its journey. The longer you remain at your destination, the longer you will assume that you’ve arrived somewhere you don’t have to place in the work. Staying assures your expansion will deteriorate and will not keep you although you may know or have the ability to do something different.