Be Content With Where You Are
Most importantly we need to recognize that it’s okay to be a caterpillar or to be resting in a chrysalis state. We must stop valuing only the fully-formed butterfly and judging our own progress. When we engage and embrace our current stage of development completely, we will give up less often, grow more efficiently, and find more satisfaction in the entire process.
With this new principle in mind I plan to slow down the pace of my next project and enjoy each stage of growth and development. I will appreciate being exactly where I am rather than pushing so hard to get ahead. I will be sure to gather all the knowledge I need before I move forward, I will allow time for a bit of rest during the process, and I will stop berating myself when a simple little moth emerges after my months of hard work.