“There is more to life than increasing its speed.”— Mahatma Gandhi
We live in a fast-pace world. We want to get from point A to point B as quickly as possible. We sometimes, express impatient with one another or with ourselves. We angrily tale-gate another vehicle because of our lateness. We just don’t want to wait. We want to get things done immediately. However, if we approach life as slow and steady, then we won’t miss out on life but have time to enjoy it. We don’t want drag our feet either but to participate in what life has to offer. As Gandhi says there is more to life than how fast we get there. Speed isn’t as important than seeing how pretty is the scenery.