Nature does not hurry, so why should I? Therefore, I am going to take my time, here and now, during my last day at Disney World.
I am in no hurry to share the inspiration for today’s post title, but here it is:
As my son and I were unhurriedly strolling around Disney’s Animal Kingdom yesterday, I noticed that sign:
Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished.
Usually, my nature is to believe that I need to hurry, hurry, hurry to accomplish and to be accomplished. I like balancing that out with Lao Tzu’s wise words (especially when we’re recovering from food poisoning).
Yet, I fear that if we don’t hurry and change our ways, we will lose much of the precious nature of our planet.
What else do I want to accomplish in this post? I will not hurry to share my other photos from yesterday.
Nature does not hurry, yet climate change is NOT a concept only (and is hurrying faster than expected). I’m hoping that my worst fears are not final and are subject to change, because of future and concerted human accomplishments.
I guess the ball’s in our court.
I am in no hurry to share one more photo, which my son said was his favorite of all the ones I showed him yesterday.
I am in no hurry to know how, when, where, or why I took that photo, but I do know that orange has always been Aaron’s favorite color.
Nature does not hurry, so no need to hurry to make a comment. Likewise, I will not hurry to express my gratitude to all who helped me create today’s non-hurried post and — of course! — YOU.