Many of us go through life doing basically the same things the same way because they work or because we don’t want to spend the time to learn to do something differently. Re-education can also mean going back to the way you used to do something but you dropped the method that was easier or faster but not necessarily better.
I’d like to give you two examples. A few weeks ago at church, a man sat down next to me and said, “Is the Berber carpet you put in six years ago still looking good?” I tried to remember who he was, and it came to me. He was the helper on the installation that had been made. I told him it still looked good, and he said the reason it did was because the installer he worked for always used two rows of tackless when he installed Berber carpet, and he never had to go back and re-stretch.