If we’re doing something because we feel we should, we are wrongly motivated.
I used to be religious and was, for a time, a minister. Once, during a visit, a lapsed parishioner told me he was going to try to get to church.
Imagine that—a well-off, scratch golfer trying to get to church.
Trying is failing. Do what you feel like doing.
The man doing what he doesn’t want to do needs help in order to do it. The man who wants to do what he’s doing needs no help. See! He’s already doing it.