A teacher once taught me that many of the ideas or projects that we have for our lives will have to go through the test of time in order to be implemented, that is, that we should not feel bad if at the moment we cannot achieve their implementation, either because of a lack of tools or means and/or simply because it is necessary to wait for that idea to mature further.
I have been able to verify this throughout my existence, since sometimes I have wanted things to be done in this or that way, I have even been stubborn in order to make them the way I wanted them to be, so that - in the end - I ended up realising that, for the time being, it was not possible to do so.
This is life and the way nature behaves. For example, a tree must first be a seed, a butterfly is first a caterpillar, the world itself has gone through an evolutionary process over time, the human being has its stages of growth: birth, childhood, youth, adults.
Certainly the temptation to want to accelerate the processes is always there. As when one is young, one wants, through the ideals of youth, to transform society 100%, to "eat the world", without sufficiently realizing that one must first prepare oneself for this.
It is worthwhile, then, to take things slowly, not to stress out if we cannot achieve the goals we have in mind, as perhaps they only need to be left to soak so that, at the most opportune moment, they will come out with their full potential.
"No hurry but no pause", little by little, step by step (like Luis Fonsi's song), with perseverance, discipline and dedication, we can achieve everything we set out to do, leaving the time and circumstances to enjoy the fruits of our efforts.
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