ʻAʻole ke ola e pili ana i ke ola no ka neʻe ʻana o ka ʻino. E pili ana i ke aʻo ʻana i ka hula i ka ua. - Vivian Greene
Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass, but it is more about learning how to dance in the rain, is just a metaphor to portray that life does not go smooth i nā manawa āpau.
You will have to meet a lot of hurdles down the line, and there’s certainly no way that you will be able to escape them by any chance. You cannot keep on waiting for the storm to pass; rather you will have to start learning about how to dance in the rain.
In life, you will surely meet a lot of obstacles, but you should never get scared of those hurdles and decide to stand right there.
You should no way be waiting for the tough time to pass on, all by itself. Instead, you should be the kind of person who keeps all the potential to dance even while it is raining.
Remember that each and every hurdle is intended to give you the biggest lessons of your life.
You should not be waiting for the problems to pass, but you should pick up some or the other skills so that you can combat the hardships of that difficult time, and train yourself to overcome it.
Know that no hard time will remain. It is all about your perspective that matters! Hence, you must always have a perception to fight all the difficult times and do good in your life, such that you overcome all of it, and have a good time at the end of the day.
Each and every obstacle will give you lessons for life, and only when you implement those learning that you keep growing through the years to come.