There is a little note re 'effort'.
So, the comprehension of the text was a two step process for you, and not simply the normal, one step, reading effort.It seems to me that the easy yoke is a great effort. I think our reading should not be easy, but disciplined. It is far more than one or two steps. How do we learn that?
Yet I still leave comments - not to be complete in a word, but as part of that long conversation that develops relationship. Just as a marriage partnership requires work, so also we, in the Holy One, are in a long-term disciplined relationship. Without losing anything, I could have exercised a little more caution about what was natural to me in my youth. Some of my speed, of course, arose from fear. Perhaps the flight impulse was of some use.
How then do we unlearn the speed reading and speedier misunderstanding that we absorbed in our youth?