There is always a way to do something. A way that gets it done.
But then there is the craftsman’s way — the thoughtful way. The way that takes time, practice and more time. Few people appear to want to put in the time to become a craftsman.
Why not? Why are people, young people, in such a rush to do but not to learn how to be while they do?
This was not always the case. It may be that it’s not easy to focus on one thing, when the world is distraction.
But there is a way to dice an onion, or there is the Jeremy Fox way.