The creation of the universe happened in intervals and different periods. Plants, oceans and other planets weren't created in one day; they happened through time. In science, the process of cosmic development is documentated, and we are well aware that it took millions of years. Even for religious people like Muslims and Christians, the universe or earth was created methodically through different periods; nothing happened in one day.
As humans, we are well aware that creating a baby is a process. Farming to produce food is a process. The fish in the ocean, lakes and rivers go from an egg to full-grown fish through a process too. We understand this, yet when it comes to our desires and wants logic of the cosmic gestation period for things and people goes out the window. We seem to like our desires to manifest in the quickest time. Usually, when that happens, we are trying to impress the people around us by attaining such a thing. When we are not in alignment with our truth, therefore the theatrics become more apparent.
Everything of quality takes time because you have to be processed for the very thing you have asked. You believe by attaining what you have requested that life would be better, or you would be happier. But in reality, you have to be satisfied first, and all things will be added unto you to compliment your current state of being.
You and I are not different from the seed of corn. We will both go through the process of growth, detachment, security, and being rooted in our cosmic design to flourish. We have to be patient and survive the challenges ahead became they are meant to strengthen us and prepare us for what we have asked for.
Nyabuoy Gatbel is a South Sudanese Canadian currently living in Calgary, AB. She was born in Ethiopia in 1993 and moved to Canada as a refugee in 2002. She's currently a undergraduate student at the University of Calgary. Besides her studies she's a social entreprenuer focusing on the, ''Paarman Centre project,'' a fashion model, writer and author of the book, ''The Fire Within poetry in Thok Nath and English.''