The Price of Patience. - Deepstash

The Price of Patience.

  • If given a price worth waiting, people will naturally demonstrate Patience.
  • But that often creates high expectations, which may lead to misconceptions.
  • Patience combined with an awareness of the situation is the key.
  • We live in a fast-moving world & we are habituated to getting things at our fingertips.
  • Identify what is worth waiting, and what can wait for you.

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MORE IDEAS FROM Patience; The First Law of Nature.

  • Patience is one of the difficult qualities to master and maintain at every level.
  • The level of patience differs from situation to situation.
  • People who are concerned about quality have more patience than quantity-centered people.
  • Thus, Patience is a process of Quality, or Patience results in a Quality product.

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  • Plant a seed, watch it grow.
  • Everything has a purpose in nature, depending on the value of the end product it will take time to mature, even we do.
  • We have the luxury of choice to select or change our purpose depending on our preference & lifestyle.
  • Once you identify what you want patience will naturally grow on you.

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Keep Learning

Education is largely the process of removing fears, be it of ideas, people or happenings. Ignorance is not bliss, as the mind will invent explanations that are far more terrible than reality.

Keep learning, learn about the world, about yourself, and continue to contemplate.

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What Impatience Is

Impatience is defined as a form of hurry: you are unable to sit tight and wait your turn.

Impatience is generally seen as a negative force, but people who are considered driven, gritty, or otherwise motivated to achieve their goals often share an impatient streak.

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Patience

Patience is the simple recognition that things take time. That achieving greatness and creating a masterpiece takes time. It takes the ability and willingness to be frustrated. To overcome difficulties and to persevere.

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