Unfortunately, life does not happen that way. There is no ground hog day to happiness and no magic wand or remote control to make things happen magically. Life is a series of events that unfold gradually, in due course and sometimes according to due process. Some things can be rushed, while others cannot be rushed and some things get screwed up in due process but everything takes some time.
If everything happened in an instance or all at once, there would not be much to look forward to. If everything happened all at once there would be no need for faith or hope. If everything happened today, the anticipation and excitement of tomorrow would disappear and there would be no pleasant surprises.
Waiting for tomorrow is a part of today and a part of life. Friday will come soon enough as will your next pay but wishing it was already Friday, is wishing away part of life.
Life requires some patience. Patience requires some balance and some common sense. It requires some balance and some common sense because patience also requires some time.
All good things come to those who wait? Maybe, maybe not.There is waiting for due process and waiting your turn but not waiting forever. If you wait forever for something to happen, nothing happens.
Waiting for something to happen is also not to be mistaken for its idle sibling by the name of procrastination. Procrastination is where there is no need for due process to get something done or there is nothing standing in your way to get something done, but it does not get done
in time or on time. Be patient but do not wait forever or procrastinate for too ling.
Also remember that there is patience as it relates to things happening according to due process and there is patience as it relates to your relationship with people. Both may have human relations in common but with people,patience will bring better understanding . With understanding will come a better quality of relationships with people and certainly a better day.
Wake up and be patient with others. Wake up and be patient with yourself to keep frustration at day.