We are told that patience is a virtue. We are told that if we plant or sow our seeds today, the harvest will come. We are told that it is unrealistic to expect a yield today for something we just begun, just planted, today.
It is true that it takes time for the fruits of our labor to manifest. It is true that it is unrealistic to expect immediacy of results. However, this does not mean that we can’t expect for seeds that have been planted some time ago to finally begin bearing fruit particular if the results, the harvest, is long overdue.
Of course, the quality of the yield is always determine by the quality of the soil in which is it planted and the quantity and quality of nurturing that is given throughout the process.