Don't rush love… Nothing happened now, but everything happened later. Haste kills later, but then much more than now. Remember, you drive slower, you get more. When we are not in a hurry, we are getting less than they could.
The essence of the last mile is that it has no end. The last mile is impossible to cover. The proud, in their greed and impatience, when they get into the swamp of the last mile, they are exhausted and fall. True love rejoices in the last mile, for infinite love is infinitely joyous.
The incredible ease of being lies in the fact that you have enough faith, hope and love to realize any of your goals. Love is patience, knowledge, mindfulness, devotion, etc. Hope is an invisible goal in the future, and faith is a banal movement toward its goal. If there is hope, start moving in any direction, and you will figure out what and how as you go along.
A woman's faith in her man is based on the fact that she passes her faith to him, and the man begins to move for two. At the same time, a man gets the opportunity to motivate his actions not with his own interests, but with the interests of those people who delegated their love to him. Doing everything for your loved ones is much more effective than doing everything for yourself.
Lovers do not notice the clock, because love is time. Lovers are given an infinite amount of time. Time is a form of energy. If lovers take the trouble to convert their endless time into forms of energy like money, they will become rich.
You go more quietly, you will go further, because lovers do not notice the clock and try to slow down time at any cost. Lovers are involved in the process, they enjoy every second. Where there is love, there is a miracle of love.
When we subdue pride, we turn it into love. When we subdue a lie, we turn it into truth. Pride and lies are haste and impatience, making them wait, and by creating an extension in time, we turn them into love.
What is love? - Service. True service is joyous, but this joy comes from within, not from without. Pride is a false service that wants to receive joy from outside. Pride demands payment for its service; it is not the service that pleases it, but the reward for it.