Though artists are often portrayed as carefree and/or careless, this is usually far from the truth. Artists must carefully & considerately approach their work. Rushing in one's work often ends in frustration. It can cause the artist to become distracted, disillusioned, and disheartened in their work. Being reckless with approach or safety can cause issues for both the art & artist. Wasted supplies, wasted time, unrealized ideas, and potential harm to one's self are motivation for most to carefully consider what they are doing & how they are doing it. One must be art "wise" if they want to continue to pursue their work.
Our journey of faith is just that...a journey. It is not something to be rushed. You are where you are in your faith, and that's ok. Such things can not be rushed. So many become frustrated when they think or feel they should be "further" in their walk with God than they are. Though we should desire to continually grow, there is no real way to rush the process. We must be careful not skip the very things that allows us to develope as believers....the investment of time, energy, heart, and intellect. Without this investment, it is easy for those seeking God to become distracted, disillusioned, and disheartened. Wisdom takes work, and is always worth the effort.