The world is used to this fast-paced process of romance dictated by the media and the society in general. As if this label of being "in a relationship" is a must-have trophy you've got to get as early as you can. It's as if it's a requirement to have a relationship at this certain age or at this certain phase in your life. It's not.
The world has taught us for so long of an idea of love. One soul meets another and shared emotions and decided to be together. We have learned to embrace this pattern because it is easy. Better yet, because it is natural. The subject of this painting believes in waiting, it means to forget the world's ideology of love and embrace the divine movement of God, the Creator, the one who has planned everything from the first cry of a baby to the last breath of a person's life. There must be one out there who has to come and once it happens, there are no ifs. No buts.
Waiting takes courage. It is the embodiment of patience. It lets one stand for something, for someone, pursuing that one thing, relentlessly. Until the right time arrives.