One day, during my Year 11 mathematics class at school, the teacher began class by describing the last moments in the journey of an arrow that had been released and was headed for the bullseye of the target.
The teacher challenged the class's "mindset" by saying that at a point in the final stage of flight, the arrow is but a nano second from hitting the bullseye ... then half a nano second ... then half a half-nano second ... then half a quarter-nano second ... then half of one-eighth nano second ... then half of one-sixteenth nano second ... then half of ... you get the idea!?
Yet, despite our ability to identify and analyse these time divisions going on to infinity (at the fractional end of the scale), guess what? The arrow embeds itself into the bullseye!! The journey ends; it stops. It's as simple as that.
But what about knowing what was happening in the last one-sixty-fourth of a nano second and beyond? Irrelevant.
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The arrow reflects our journey through to hitting our bullseye, the revaluation of IQD. The more we consume ourselves in the "math" of the timing, the more we endeavour to micro-manage news released about its progress, but to no productive end.
We are on the outside of the arrow's journey. We can only watch and get bits and pieces of information from what we catch sight of, and no more. Is more information available, yes. We simply are not in the position at the controls of the mass masterpan of events, activities and other stimuli that govern / affect the journey in the micro.
Reality is that we are not involved in and cannot affect the journey to revaluation. We are only involved in a related process post-revaluation. It is a simply to exchange IQD for another currency. It is that event that marks the beginning of many journeys of our own choosing / making.
The IQD's journey to revaluation may be complex and time-consuming, but it has a logical finshing point that will be reached when the journey ends, and not before. It cannot happen any sooner than that.
I have accepted the fact I am not privy to knowing what will be known at journey's end before it is ended.
Speculation about the details is not productive. It simply causes too much stress, anxiety and agitation ... to no worthwhile or justifiable end. It may offer talking points amongst those affected, but to what effect?
I let go of my "want" to know, accepting I will be content in the reality that I will know what I "need" to know when I need to know it. Anything else would require me to micro-manange noise (irrelevancies), rendering me non-productive. I am now simply allowing myself to enjoy the journey as I prepare for what lies ahead in my post-revaluation world.