I’ve heard (*) the greatest life lessons are infinite patience and never-ending persistence.
In this era of short, quick and immediate, infinite patience and never-ending persistence feel both frustrating and refreshing. Long winded. Glacier like in movement. So. VERY. SLOW.
We often want to gulp at life, leaping over entire mountain ranges of experience to get results. But we must remember that slow, never-ending, persistent habits of movement not only carve mountains but shape entire landscapes.
Life moves one moment at a time.
*From This I Remember by Eleanor Roosevelt