What exactly is perfect timing?
I hear people tell others during a break up, "it's okay maybe the timing wasn't right," and "maybe it just was bad timing". We forget that time isn't a thing. We made up time, so what is it? Was it bad timing, or did you not want to make the time?
Timing with a person is something we can just never get right. We seem to meet these people at a wrong. Well here's your advice for the day:
The people you're meeting at the wrong time, are the wrong people.
Try to take that and really think about it. It makes senses doesn't it? I mean these people come into your life and are too busy to start a relationship with you, they don't have the time to get to know you because they are working things out with other people. It's hard. Timing is hard and we can't seem to get it right.
So now I'm sure there is another question you're asking yourself:
Where are the right people?
The right people will come at the right time because the right people are timeless. You'll know. The right people give you a sense of adventure. They will make you feel apart of yourself that no one else could seem to open. They will push you to not do the wrong things, but the right things.
Timing won't be an issue because time will stop when you're with them. What was once around you isn't what is around you anymore. Your eyes begin to open, you see more then buildings, people, or cars. You'll see magic, wonder and hope.
There isn't going to be a time in our lives when everything gets fixed, and becomes perfect. When we meet someone at the wrong time, we are saying that we really just don't have any time for them. They aren't worth the time to open your eyes and see these new things. They don't give you a sense of adventure. Which makes them the wrong person.
One day you'll find someone who will show you how unimportant timing is. When you love and care for someone, you'll make the time for them.
The right person IS timeless