Do not be disappointed if everything is not perfect, if it does not end immediately, or if you cannot get what you want right away.
Life moves fast in cities. The rhythm of our appointments, planning our agendas and schedules, timelines for finishing projects, dates for exams, distances or crowds of people are part of what we all, more or less, experience in life. Accustomed to the culture of efficiency and speed, we find it difficult to slow down. The great battles, the big projects, and the plans that we set out for ourselves always have a first step that must be taken. They have their own rhythms that must be respected. Do not be disappointed if everything is not perfect, if it does not end immediately, or if you cannot get what you want right away. Everything will work out! On the Camino de Santiago distances seem large to us. Standing before great expanses we feel small, slow. But that feeling is deceptive because as far as the horizon may be, sooner or later, we will reach it and another will appear. We just need to change our inner rhythm and value and enjoy our own steps.