Don't you wish you could fast-forward to what you think will be the best part of your life? Wouldn't it be great to skip the hard work and skip right to the rewards? Or skip the awkward meetings and jump right into your happily ever after? We often think about rewinding life, going back, to change something we regret. But what a gift it would be to forget those regrets and fast-forward life right? Wrong. As much as I hate to admit it, it's all necessary. Time does not speed up or slow down. There's no remote control to life that fast-forwards your late night studying or multiplies the money you've been saving for that big thing you've been wanting to do. All the time it takes to get there is necessary for things to align just the way you need them to. When things are great you want them to be just right. There are things in your life that must fall apart before they fall into place. Skipping important scenes in your life would be like skipping to a great ending without knowing how you got there. You can't thoroughly enjoy a great ending until you've experienced what it took to get there. Life is an experience. Make the best of it. If you put on your best performance, your director is sure to give you his best 'RE'ward-winning work.