I’ve always been told “Good things come to those who wait” and I suppose it’s true in many cases. But being the questioning-crossexaming-inquisitor (more often called rabble-rousing) type, I’ve tested the theory for myself.
If you plant a bulb in the fall and wait until spring you get a tulip.
If you wait until your ice-cubes are frozen solid it’s great with Diet Coke.
If you want toast with your tomato soup, you wait until it is browned.
If you want to get out of debt you wait to buy a new car.
It’s a simple enough theory until it’s not.
If you wait for people to reach out to you to be your friend, you’ll likely be lonely.
If you wait for someone to offer you the perfect job that pays what you deserve, put it this way: NOT gonna happen.
My scientific conclusion is this: If you’re waiting for something good to come your way, you may be waiting for a very long time. You’ll probably be way dead before then, so you can wave as your golden opportunity vaporizes into thin air, pa...