There is an interesting anecdote around this.
There was a wealthy merchant blessed with seven sons and seven daughters. He toiled his life, lived prudently for the sake of his children. As a result, he could present each one with a grocery shop to look after and earn from it. On his final day, when he knew he was going to die, he called on each of son, daughter-in –law, daughter and son-in-law and their children, and each one was present with him. Instead of being happy, he died worrying none of them were present at the shop he lovingly presented his children.
Therefore, although you feel that Lord’s name comes easy to one’s mind’s horizon, it is not necessary you will be able to take His name in your last breath.
One needs to become a creature of habit to take Lord’s name, that’s one way. One must become a యోగి భవార్జున, as Ramanuja said, in order to attain this glory. Make His name a norm in your life. While you move, groove, eat, sleep, take his name. While you work, walk, talk, take his name. Take His name, to the point of your subconscious levels, then you’ll achieve this glory.
– From the teachings of HH Sri Chinna Jeeyar Swamiji
-15th June 2019, 5th Brahmotsavam of Ramalayam at Kurnool