Timing is essential and is often overlooked, in the preparation of food and also in our everyday lives. If we paused and thought a bit more about timing, taking into account both the giver and the recipient, delivery of any offering would be more effective because it would reach an anticipatory audience.
Without timing there is no punchline. Without timing dinner service is a disaster. Without timing there is no romantic kiss at sunset. Without timing sun kissed and juicy fruit are either rock hard or mushy and rotten. Without timing there is no slice of fresh baked pie.
Every day we learn a bit more about finessing our timing, some lessons are good, others, well let's call them life experiences. What we've learned is that without good timing, even the best experience can fall flat. On the other hand, with some well executed timing, a bad experience can be turned into something spectacular. Just a little something to think on.