Religionists seem to live in effective emancipation from harrying haste and the painful stress of the vicissitudes inherent in the temporal currents of time; they exhibit a stabilization of personality and a tranquillity of character not explained by the laws of physiology, psychology, and sociology. 
Jesus was never in a hurry; his composure was sublime. John was an eager and earnest worker, but Jesus was a calm and happy laborer; only a few times in his entire life was he ever in a hurry.  One of the great troubles with modern life is that man thinks he is too busy to find time for spiritual meditation and religious devotion.  Primitive man disliked hard work, and he would not hurry unless confronted by grave danger. The ancients were never rushed.