Slow Resolve


I'm not good at waiting. I've never been.

Slowly, I'm starting to learn that the best things take time to resolve. The "quick and easy" is not the "satisfying". It's appeasement, not satisfaction.

Excitement builds over time. Clarity builds over time. To reap the benefits of compound interest, you need time.

All the good things about life need time. Rushing is a fool's job. When we let things resolve slowly, naturally, they bloom in their fullest forms.

The best orchestral pieces are longer than shorter, because they need buildup, time to resolve beautifully. The greatest endings come after a great story. A great story needs time to develop.

The fruits need to be ripe to taste good.

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