Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished – Lao Tzu #MondayMorningWakeUpCall
There’s lots to learn from nature. That there is a set pace at which nature builds her beautiful creations, a pace you can’t accelerate to hurry nature up, is my favourite.
Flowers will blossom when they are supposed to blossom, seasons will stay as long or short as they need to and animals will take their stipulated time to give birth and go through the circle of life.
So it is true for humans. After all we are a part of nature. There is a time for everything and there is a time taken to accomplish anything (which may vary from person to person and situation to situation, beyond our control).
So I see no value running only to stay in the same place. Nor is there any merit in running the rat race cos in the end, even if you win, you’re still a rat or chasing a horizon you can’t catch.
Next time you’re in a hurry, just pause and say Hurry Om Hurry!
Warning: This however is not a license to crawl or be laid back. Nature doesn’t like slack and has a funny way of giving a whack when you’re being a hack or efforts you lack.