Timing is everything. There are occasions where we perfectly time our actions for the best feasible outcome. There are times where we rushed in too soon with our actions and the desired outcome is far from attained with another lesson is to be learned. There are also times where we may have waited far too long with no actions taken, never to have even attempted to reach a better outcome.

With our planned actions we make our own way. When timing of those actions is imperfect, we can learn from that experience to apply again in future actions. With unplanned or unattempted actions we will have learned nothing at all and progressed nowhere.

With timing being everything, better to learn the precise sequences of actions and connect the lessons learned than to wait forever not having acted at all. Perfect timing comes from perfect practice with most any action.

“The world is full of magical things patiently waiting for our wits to grow sharper.” — Bertrand Russell —

MITM # 963

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