Sometimes we need to wait. Wait to have the car fixed, wait for the dentist to finish working on your teeth, for the storm to pass, for the stop-light to change.
I had a friend that would sit at a stop-light and complain until it turned green. Instead of just enjoying the moment, she wasted away this time in her life that she would never get back. Or there was my sweet great-grandmother that, when I was young, would tap on the lunch counter with a coin, persistently, to get attention from the server. Her waiting impatience caused other customers to feel uncomfortable and embarrassed me.
This large black and yellow garden spider reminds me, when waiting, to enjoy the sunlight knowing that things will all happen in due time.