The world is full of waiting rooms, places where we sit patiently in silence waiting for our turn to be seen or spoken with. We recognize the need to be patient. Sometimes though, we end up becoming frustrated with waiting longer than we expected to. Your impatience in some way is understandable but believe the cosmos is trying to accelerate something as quickly as it's able.
What do you consider to be 'urgent' or in need of more attention than it's being given? That's the sky's question to you now. You appear to be at the mercy of certain others regarding if and when a plan close to your heart starts happening or moving forward. Making progress in some way is clearly important to you and soon, you will be reassured it is as equally as important to others.
You play an integral part in others' lives – but how integral are they to yours? That might seem a harsh question but it's bound to be one you're asking now. Emphasis exists on what role you play in a grand plan and what involvement others have with this. If you're seeking reassurance that, collectively, you and others can make something special happen, then it's coming.
Windows in need of cleaning tend to demand attention occasionally. As long as light finds its way through them, then we tend to only notice the need to clean them when we actually notice how much in need of cleaning they are. Similarly, you're becoming increasingly aware of how used to a certain situation you've become. With a simple swipe, you can create clarity almost instantly.
Is 'something' your business? Someone believes it is. They're confident you should be sharing their involvement or even their concerns with a certain situation. It's fair to say that you do have an interest in what's happening but only to a point. It's time for someone to fight their own battles, so to speak. Be supportive but also be willing to recognize a need to step back.
Nowadays, if we miss a TV program, we have several options regarding how we can view it at a later date. Whereas previously, we relied on setting video machines, we can simply select other ways to see what we missed. Don't believe that you've missed something that is irretrievable now. You can soon get back on track with whatever you missed out on first time around.
We know it sometimes takes only a single spark to create a raging inferno. We're also aware of how a conflagration needs certain conditions if it is to grow. In a similar way, you could play a part in making an already tense situation tenser by overlooking a need to be sensitive. A few well chosen words from you now could do much to pour water on a situation waiting to ignite.
We don't expect skilled people to be able to demonstrate their skills without the use of essential tools, so to speak. It would be unfair to ask an artist to paint a picture or a carpenter to create a work of art without tools they consider essential. In a similar way, what unfair demand is being made of you? You don't have what you need available at present, but you will do very soon.
The world's full of people who believe good things only happen to others. People who adhere to that theory tend not to be willing to look around them and see how much they have to be grateful for. Even when they do, they are often so focused on what they don't have that they fail to see what they ought to be happy about. If you need such a reason to feel grateful, then it's coming.
Long ago, people spoke about 'broken records'. In the days when vinyl was universal, all it took was one tiny scratch for a stylus to get stuck and a section of a song would repeat indefinitely, or until it drove someone crazy enough to do something about it. It might seem as if a part of your world is stuck in a similar way but very soon, annoying and frustration repetition will cease.
'Let's start at the very beginning, a very good place to start'. So sang Julie Andrews' character in 'The Sound of Music'. It might seem obvious that beginnings are good places to start but impatience often causes us to try and start something further down the line. Avoid ignoring the need to start something from scratch now. It's important you start as you mean to carry on.
We're told 'the little things in life matter'. It's easy to get caught up in bigger pictures and overlook the 'little things'. In your world though, balance needs to be met between focusing on the little things and a need to take into account an equally important grander picture. Try focusing on that and the magic it contains. The little things will look after themselves, for the time being at least.