That which comes little by little lasts longer; that which comes in a rush, in a rush has gone.
To understand, a part of understanding is needed. If everything is known, then there is no way of knowing, unless there is a need.
Nothing comes suddenly or comes just in time. That which is missing, one must put in. The re-enforcements do not come when the fight is still on, but when there is nothing to fight with.
In each and every one of us there is the very same emptiness, and only one, the maker, can fill all of those and very same emptiness, which is to refresh and continue as more and continue as if there were never emptiness but only the abundance of God.