Some months back, I started learning the basics of driving and it was awesome. Well, I’d say something else when it comes to the extent of multitasking this process requires. Lol! 😂
Ecclesiastes 3:1 To everything [there is] a season, A time for every purpose under heaven:
During this period, my tutor explained to me the various function of all the parts I could see and went ahead to describe those I couldn’t see.
Specifically, he told me how the brake and its pad work hand-in-hand, and how to place a foot on the brake.
 Yes, there’s a right time and way for everything, even though, unfortunately, we miss it for the most part.
Soon it was time for practical class and it felt like I hadn’t gotten any lesson at all. I was on the road and it felt like forces beyond what I could control had connived against me. I was super scared and wasn’t sure about what to apply anymore. 😭
I started sweating profusely and it was evident in the way I stepped abruptly on the break. My tutor was by my side all through and he kept telling me to focus on the road and get my thoughts together.
 He has made everything beautiful in its time. Also He has put eternity in their hearts, except that no one can find out the work that God does from beginning to end.
He reminded me of the need to ease the pressure I had been putting into slamming the brake. This reminded me of the metrics of life.
Life is in phases and there are processes tailored into each phase. Each process has to be experienced gradually and in the right way with God in your boat. In a bid to rush into some phases, many have slammed on brakes so hard that they’ve gotten injured for this single act. Reconsider your speed level through life and don’t be in a haste. Enjoy your process!
 Look carefully then how you walk, not as unwise but as wise,
 making the best use of the time, because the days are evil.