One time means once. Whatever it is, it is once. What does not happen once can happen many times or be repeated constantly, always, endlessly. This apparent diversification of these essential concepts in our everyday life is of great value if we understand their function in our lives.
We are born once, but we drink water often, we breather constantly and endlessly. And it is obvious that operations which happen once are of great importance, since there is no second chance. Similar value have the functions that are made often, but they do not have the directness of the one-time operation.
As for the contiguous functions, those that can not be interrupted because they mean direct or indirect death, they are obviously of great value. With this visual angle, we must approach the issues of living faith, a living function that transforms everyday life into eternity, today into a future, the impasse into a struggle for victory.
And the deeper one understands the “once” or “many times” or “endless” meaning in the issues of living faith, the deeper the roots of the tree go, the more the fruits it produces and the more its water source does not dwindle.