Thin water, can steadily fill a bowl of water, the rapid flow, no matter how long you put it in front of you, you will always see less than a cup of water - if you want to speed, you will not reach it.
As the old saying goes, "you can't eat hot tofu in a hurry". We've all heard this saying, and we can understand this truth. However, there are not many things we can really do. People who have experienced time precipitation can often do so. Young people's heart is always hot pillow and impatient, so the road is bound to stumbling. The so-called experience is that people who have experienced on the field know that they are relaxed and can't be impatient. Only by slowly cooking the stove over time can they send out a tantalizing fragrance.
Once upon a time, there was a mountain where there lived two monks, one old and one young. One morning, the old monk asked the little monk to fetch water. He asked him to fill three tanks of water this morning, otherwise he would not be able to wait for lunch. The little monk was surprised. Standing at the mouth of the well, he looked at the bucket. When could he fill the three tanks of water! After several times of fighting, he saw that he didn't say much when he used this small bucket to draw water. If it was accidentally spilled and splashed, there was not much left. The more he thought about it, the more unwilling he was. So he ran to change a big bucket. Looking at the volume of the bucket, he felt that the water in the tank could be filled within a few times, so that he could have a good meal at noon. The more he thought about it, the more happy he was. However, he didn't pull up a bucket of water. Instead, he pulled himself down. He had to wait for the master to save himself. It was hard to laugh or cry. He looked at his happiness The little monk was anxious and angry. The old monk looked at it, shook his head and said, "I'll allow you to have lunch at noon, but I have to fill these three tanks of water in the afternoon, and only this small bucket can be used". The little monk was very happy. When he came back in the afternoon, the little monk used the bucket to draw water. The bigger and faster he was, the more the water was filled. After a while, the little monk ran to the old man full of joy but full of doubts The monk asked, "master, why can't I use a big barrel to do something that I can't do with a small barrel?" The old monk laughed and said, "if you want to be quick, you will not be able to reach it." After saying that, he went away, leaving the young monk alone to understand in front of the Buddha
Life is a long journey. No matter how fast you have imagined how quickly you have completed a certain process in your life, it will gradually accumulate over time in order to achieve the future and improve yourself.