A small flower bud once said to the flower who bloomed, “When will I ever bloom like you? I’m an ugly bud that serves no purpose – my master does not like me as much as he likes you.”
And the flower replied, “My child, you will bloom someday, when the time is right.”
The next day, the bud still had yet to bloom. Disappointed, the bud asked once more, “Flower, when will I bloom like you?”
The flower gave the same reply, “My child, you will bloom someday, when the time is right.”
The disappointed flower bud remained shut.
A week later, the flower that had bloomed was starting to wilt. Its petals were crumbling off, one by one, and it had lost its beauty. The flower bud witnessed this, and looked at itself – it was beginning to swell, but still, it did not bloom.
Two days later, the flower had wilt and fallen from the tree. However, the flower bud, who had patiently waited for so long, was now in full blossom, its petals gleaming yellowish-gold under the sunlight.
Patience is a virtue.
We all have our own talents, and it is just a matter of time to nurture it and let our radiance shine one day just like the flower.
So be patient, for one day you will succeed and let your radiance shine.