The path of patience is a long and winding road.
If you begin at the end, you can get there in no time at all.
It can take a lot of time to find patience.
For some people it can take forever.
You have to be patient to find patience.
Sometimes patience eludes you, slips through your fingers.
Other times, patience stops you in your tracks, giving you no choice except to face it.
Patience happens, one step at a time, or with no steps.
We can be born patiently or impatiently, our parents waiting eagerly or not. We can come too soon, too late, too fast, or too slow. From the moment of birth, time management is a challenge.
As children, we don’t like to wait; we want what we want when we want it. We don’t understand the relationship between peaceful waiting and joyful receiving. When we grow up, we can still feel that patience is punishment and not pleasure. We want the reward of instant gratification rather than the treasure of evolving satisfaction.
Patience is not a destination, but a vehicle that takes you where you want to go. Your destination can appear even before you begin.
Don’t confuse patience with waiting for your turn because your turn can be any moment. When you wait patiently, you can receive divine rewards and unexpected treasures. When you wait because you think others are more important than you, you simply diminish yourself and waste your life. Divine patience is not waiting, but condensing time and manifesting more fluidly.
Carpe diem, seize the day, take advantage of your window of opportunity… then patiently learn what you’ve seized. Let your path unfold in front of you. Your results are your gurus.
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Thank you for your patience in reading these words.