Most of the impending rush we face in life is self-imposed amid deadlines for rushing onward. In reality, achievement will take some time as we discover to learn or way toward success. The boundary of timing isn’t only to rush, but also to wait. Any need for immediate satisfaction can become an awful curse that disavows the value of good value.
Timing is the to do the right thing at the right time. It requires that we be patient with ourselves and others in navigation of progress. The lessons to be learned require a series of actions and reactions that simply won’t happen all at once. Even the best ideas, activated at the wrong times will be quite ineffective.
No need to rush for the sake of rushing. Wisdom is to fully anticipate the reality of the right timing to start and continue on with great determination. Timing is the art form of patience applied in great sequence with the conditions that underly the resolutions to be found. Doing things immediately for the sake of doing things are misapplied in as acts of ignorance.
Be patient to do the right things only at the right times.
“Patience is waiting. Not passively waiting. That is laziness. But to keep going when the going is hard and slow – that is patience. The two most powerful warriors are patience and time.” — Leo Tolstoy —