When you are starting to plan what you want to do and how you want to accomplish it, you need to consider elements of time. For example, if you are going to have a constitutional convention, you don’t want to be rushed through it. You need time to look at the issues, look at the presentation, look at the purpose, and look at the cause and effect—because the constitution is going to have a wide-ranging effect for a long time. Whereas if you have a fire and you are just trying to meet together, who is going to grab the hose and how much water pressure do you have? You are going to want to meet and touch base, but you are not going to want to evaluate everything perfectly because there is urgency.
So when women start talking heart-to-heart with God, they are going to come up to things like me saying, Well, that is nice, but do you have that amount of time to do that? That is ideal, but we also have an urgent situation, and how much can we move away from the urgent situation to actually get to the ideal where hopefully we would have been considering things and not come into an urgent situation?