21 Oct Patience
Posted at 01:18h in Observations
Early on, humans trapped and hunted animals for food. Trapping requires more ingenuity and patience but is otherwise less taxing and dangerous.
Grabbing water from a stream will not quench our thirst as quickly as collecting the water by cupping our hands.
We can catch more fish in a net than by rod and reel. But it takes longer to construct a net than a rod and reel.
Courting potential mates with wining and dining is not as effective a mating strategy as showing up as the best version of who we are which might get mates to court us.
In business, a good product or service sells itself by word of mouth, less expensive than hiring salespeople.
Best not to effort running after what we desire but to figure out how to have it come to us.