“Two things define you: Your patience when you have nothing and your attitude when you have everything.” - George Bernard Shaw
Today almost everyone wants what he or she wants yesterday.
Patience appears to be a lost virtue.
In fact, hardly anyone wants to wait for anything.
However, waiting creates the psychological stamina to withstand most of the twenty-first century storms.
Thomas A. Edison was an expert when it came to waiting. He made more than 1,000 unsuccessful attempts at inventing the light bulb.
Most people would have packed up their suitcase.
So, how many times do you take a stab at something before you give up?
Remember these important facts about patience.
Joseph waited 13 years.
Abraham waited 25 years, Moses waited 40 years and Jesus waited 30 years.
If waiting is your game just know that you are in awesome company.
Embrace the journey and reject middle of the road mentality, easy, directionless activity, impatience, and ordinary, rash, tentative, yielding and intolerance where circumstances always rule your behavior.
Not in your life!
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