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Pandemic reinforces old adage ‘Good things come to those who wait,’ says British explorer

By Binsal Abdulkader

ABU DHABI, 27th May, 2021 (WAM) — The pandemic has reminded the humanity to have faith in the universe, according to a well-known British explorer, author and photographer.

In an interview with Emirates News Agency (WAM), Levison Wood said, “It’s reminding yourself that you can’t have everything when you want it. It’s also reminding yourself to have a bit of faith in the universe and that things will happen the way they’re meant to happen.”

He added that it is important to “trust that things will pan out in the long run. We live in an age where we all want everything right now. Don’t we? And people’s attention spans are getting shorter and there is very much an attitude that everyone expects to have things [get done] right now!”

But, Wood believes in the “old adage that ‘Good things come to those who wait’. It is very important we need to remind…

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