God did not create hurry-Finnish proverb

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We are always in a hurry!

Have you ever wondered why we all are seen hurrying up for everything and anything?

And it appears to me as though we are not going to live for another day.

“One of the great illusions of our time is that hurrying will buy us more time” John Ortberg

The above image is a sculpture on a roundabout, Ayrshire coastal path, belonging to the harbour town of Girvan, said to be one of the best (scenic) coastal paths in Scotland, which was built by the Kennedy Family (Kennedy Pass).

Since the location is near to the harbour town, the sculpture might have thought about a boat or ship and sculpted the wall in the shape of a boat.

The writing says in Scottish “Whit’s Yer Hurry” conveying ‘What’s your hurry’ …start enjoying the beauty of Mother Nature all around and don’t be foolish to leave this beautiful town (Girvan) so soon.

Or maybe the writing is a general road safety sign reminding people to be cautious while driving since surrounding Mother Nature is stunning?

From this location, one can see Ailsa Craig Island  (Paddy’s milestone) located 16 km west of mainland Scotland, said to have a bird sanctuary and is uninhabited.

If you have plans to visit Scotland don’t miss this scenic route.

Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Philo

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18 thoughts on “God did not create hurry-Finnish proverb

  1. Today I felt so hurried because I thought I had enough time. I went to the vet to pick up my dog and the veterinarian was explaining to me the aftercare items. She was very detailed and I looked at time realizing I had less than 30 minutes to go pick up my kid at her daycare before it closes. I felt bad telling her to wrap it up pushing her to hurry.

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