It can be easy to think that time is running out – that we need to act quickly, or we will miss out on something if we don’t make a snap decision.

While at times the above is correct, more often than not, we need to have faith that there is a plan for us, and that we should not rush any process, instead, we should wait for the good things to happen when they are supposed to happen.

With this in mind, we review the famous quote “everything comes to you at the right time; don’t rush the process”. It is a wise saying, and one that we fully believe in.

Life can be challenging

What does the quote mean?

The origin of this great quote is not known. But whoever did first utter these words, will have done so during a particularly wise moment of their life.

As the quote suggests, we should exert caution when we try and rush something. Maybe this is an assignment, a potential love conquest, a friendship, a project, or anything else that takes time.

This is particularly important when thinking of our mental health. So many people suffer from mental health problems at the moment – and it can seem that when you are stuck in a deep rut, that things will never get better.

You may be tempted to try radical things in an effort to get better. But ultimately, as the quote suggests, we need to sit back and let the process take place at its own pace.

As the quote suggests, everything will come to you at the right time. There is a deeper meaning behind all of the decisions we make, and good things take time to happen.

After all, the old saying that “a river cuts through a rock not because of its power, but because of its persistence” is always true. We need to persist, and have faith that things will turn out for the best.

God’s Plan

As Christians, we fully believe that God has a plan for us all. It can be difficult if you have been struggling for a long time. But better times will follow.

It is perfectly understandable for you to feel differently, but even if you don’t believe in a form of higher power in this universe, we hope you have some belief that we all serve a purpose in this world.

When navigating life, we all need to show patience and faith – especially when going through difficult times. Periods of low mood and stormy scenarios will eventually pass.

We need to have faith that things will get better, while also having the patience to let this process take place. Patience is a virtue, and struggle is nature’s way of strengthening.

It is never a good idea to rush something in the short-term without thinking of the long-term consequences. By taking a step back, staying patient and having belief, everything will come to you at the right time.

By H. Helyar and A. Cardoso