Timing and Patience

They say life is just a matter of timing. And maybe so many times in life it is. How many people have said they were just at the right place at the right time, or the wrong place at the wrong time? I wonder sometimes, how different my life would be if I weren’t always running 10 minutes late. Who would I have met in the elevator, what different opportunities would have been presented or did things work out just like they should?

And what about timing in matters of the heart? So much depends on timing in relationships. Meeting the right person at the right time for both involved. Both being in the right frame of mind and space in life to be ready. What if the timing is off? Well, then you just have to be patient and wait. Oh, but that is the hardest part isn’t it? I believe if two people make enough of an impression on each other, even if the timing is a bit off the first time, they will still come around again. They will not forget about each other, at least I hope. Especially in cases with a lot of…electricity. That kind of spark doesn’t happen often, so you bet those two will remember each other. I know I would.

And sometimes the other person just needs a bit of time to get things in place, whether it is solidifying family ties, or making sure they are ready for something that could possibly be completely, intoxicatingly wonderful. Family must always come first, and a man who has his priorities in place and takes care of his family is worth waiting for.  That kind of man inspires respect and admiration. As does the girl who makes sure she is ready for such a relationship. So you wait, and pray, and have faith that it will all work out.

Patience and timing go hand in hand, in life but especially in matters of the heart. Because some people are unforgettable, and some possibilities are more than worth the time it takes. What needs, wants and desires are there will last. And when those two come back together, they will see that absence does make the heart grow fonder.


One thought on “Timing and Patience

  1. Wonderful, terriffic advise for those looking and waiting for that special someone! Mature, wise patience and waiting, while being alert and celebrating all the little joys everyday, is exactly “spot on”, Ada!


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