A talk about encouraging youngsters to have patience for activities that do not show instant results.
Whatever the result or a feedback about a piece of writing, it is mostly removed from its source, that is, from its page of letters as we see it translating itself in varied forms. It could be verbal, emotional, or could spur you to activity. You could simply fill your empty hours reading on.
The impact about a written material isn’t the instant coffee. Moreover, they are never seen to puff up like the batter of a cake with its whiff of aroma however, to be lost in chunks and pieces in the digestive tract for good. On a similar note, adorning our house gives us instant satisfaction till we take it all for granted, and decide to go shopping for new accessories again.
Doing exercises or living on the bland health food everyday can be just compared to this, remotely, in a way for the results of all these three activities-writing, exercising, abstaining from pampering our taste buds] generally show up only in stages to keep us persevering all along. A pat on the back is quite delayed with the possibility our patience wearing out any moment. The benefits of these activities with such abstract results are deep rooted, however,as we must have experienced them wholly or in fragments.
To sum up, no activity goes to waste. All we require is patience, and if coupled with passion, can create marvels. Life is not about doing either this or that, but this and that all combined in a day’s work.