Ah but, that which is frivolous, selfish, idle, intrusive, is clearly not Providential.
As regards the doer, no: as regards the sufferer, yes.
I think we often quite misconceive the genuine appointed occupation of a given moment, perhaps even of our whole lives. We take for granted that we ought to enjoy a pleasure, or complete a task, or execute a work, or serve some one we love: while what we are really then and there called to is to forego a pleasure, or break off a task, or leave a cherished work incomplete, or serve some one we find it difficult to love.
Interruptions seems wellnigh to form the occupation of some lives.
Not an occupation one would choose; yet none the less profitable on that account.
How would saints speak of interruptions? One might remark, "To me they are not grievous:" and another, "For me they are safe." But would any saint observe, "Interruptions are vexatious," and there stop?