“Patience isn’t naive. It doesn’t ignore misbehavior. It waits. It listens. It’s slow to boil.” – Max Lucado
Patience is a virtue worth cultivating. So often we respond to frustrating things with impatient words and actions. Impatience frequently causes us to move to premature solutions or half-baked plans. Or maybe it forces you to quit too soon.
Patience allows for many things:
Patience doesn’t say, “accept substandard work or slower action.”
But patience calls for “walking in the other’s shoes” and “seeing from the other’s side.