Isn't it nice to have something to look forward to?
Most of us look forward to the weekend, we look forward to holidays, birthdays, anniversaries, celebrations, seeing old friends, visiting interesting places and so on. As much as we think we can't wait for those things to happen, we know they always seem to over too soon.
Martial Arts is the same way. We look forward to the next technique, concept, drill, lesson. We look forward to seeing our brothers and sisters at class. We look forward to showing what we can do in the graduation cycles and affirming our progress at each stage.
This is a lifetime journey. For most martial arts, especially Kali Majapahit, the depth of study cannot be understood well in under 20 years or so. Kali Majapahit's unique curriculum allows one to learn the system fully in a lifetime, but with no time to waste.
Suppose one were in a hurry, and wanted to complete this lifetime of study in as little time as possible. What then? What do you do once your lifetime of study, your "life work" is over and completed? Die? None of us wants to be in a hurry for that.
Relish in the fact that this training goes very deep, and will take your whole life to master. There is so much that you will continue to find new paths, new horizons, new discoveries about martial arts and about yourself. You will never run out of things to train, so no need to look elsewhere for it. All you need is right here.
That's something good to look forward to.