The house next door to Sean was vacant for a relatively long time. It is not a good feeling to have an empty house next door. So when a family finally moved in, Sean's family welcomed them, and the new neighbor family started to settle in. Their house needed a lot of repairs and renovations, and in their repair work, they cut several trees in their backyard. One of the trees was a fragrant olive tree, which used to give out an aroma in autumn. Because the tree in their neighbors' backyard was Sean's wife's favorite, she was sad when she saw her neighbor cut it.
They did not even check what type of tree they were cutting down. They said they would not cut it if they knew. They were in such a hurry that they did not pay attention to what they were cutting. The tree was cut. It was too late.
This story reminds me of a Japanese proverb referring to rain in Tokyo: "If he were not in a hurry to go, the traveler would not have been wet; rain finished after he ran into the rain, as the rain in Tokyo is fickle."
In today's age of personal Computers and digital technology, people like speed. Company management teams teach employees that it is more beneficial to work at a fast pace even if it sacrifices their work's quality. I doubt it is right to emphasize speed and ignore output results. I believe the age of speed is close to its end. We should take our time when we think and do things, especially important work.
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