I do not like to wait. I’ve learned that somethings can’t be rushed. Yet, it is still difficult for me. Waiting is filled with anticipation. Yet, I think waiting is built into our nature. We wait for the seasons to change. As a child we wait for the school year to start and to end. We wait for sports seasons. We wait to fall in love. We wait for an anticipated vacation. We wait to receive a call from someone we love. We wait and wait. Waiting is teaching us something. What is it for you?
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