here's a context.
One of the happiest moments I’ve had was when I was doing something enthusiastically.
Whether it’s love or study or competition, whatever it is, the happiest moment is when I find myself doing something enthusiastically.
It is only when I’m doing something enthusiastically that I can feel I’m alive. But sometimes, it is hard that I’m in a state of being enthusiastic, one that I really want to be in. So, what I’d like to talk about is how we can keep ourselves enthusiastic (what shoud we do to keep ourselve enthusiastic?).
I think the answer is Inspiration. If you look it up in a dictionary (looking up in a dictionary), "to inspire" means to give someone a strong feeling of enthusiasm.
Then, naturally we get to think about how we can inspire others or find others who inspire us.
Whenever I used 'get to + verb', I mix it up. What I think is necessary when I use get to is that there has to be something that makes us do something.
For example, if we think about inspiration, we get to think about how to inspire others, and that we do that not willingly but just happen to do that.
Am I right to think this way and is my use of 'get to' in a context right?