We all know what happens If you light both ends of a candle. It disappears far sooner than it should; Double-pace is too hard for to handle.
But candles are nice to have, to watch, to light They naturally add warmth to any room. They're kind to our eyes, and to our heart. They some how remove our feelings of gloom.
There's no need to rush a candle, though. With certain choices you can make it stronger. If candles left to chill, their bonds are hardened. The result is a slow-burn that will last longer.
The same can be said for people, for situations. As lovely as they are, as much as they may glow. It's hard to resist wanting to ignite that spark, But borrow a lesson from the candles that know.
A candle's longevity isn't determined By the vessel in which they're contained. It's the way it's crafted selectively to last That makes it able to be so restrained.
There's merits they can find in keeping things cool, To adopt a pace that promotes one to relax. A "candle.waiting to be lit" is no less a candle, It'd rather wait 'til ready than become common wax.
It takes a while longer to make preparations; To develop quality, to fortify a candle to its prime. People willing to take the path of a slow-burn, too, Will always find company worthy of the extra time.