17 Jul All Good Things Take Time
Patience is a virtue. A lot of us don’t deal with that well. Patience isn’t my strong suit at all. However I have done a lot of work on myself and have come to make friends with patience. There really isn’t any need, I found, to rush, get flustered or get a bee in my bonnet about things I cant control or change. Situations, relationships, traffic delays and work deadlines are all things that test us on a daily basis. For some things, all works out fine and we get along with the day but it is the things that mean a lot to us and we have an attachment to that we may find hard to be patient about. The new project we are working on, that person we have feelings for, that holiday we are yearning for. There are many situations that test our patience. Our day to day dealings with family and friends are also a main reason where we can see our patience go up and down with whatever is going on. With this, it is important to remember that all good things take time. Getting to know someone’s personality and what you bring to the situation is one way to be more understanding and compassionate. With this, patience will follow. When working on anything you love and your committed to it does require commitment, perseverance and patience. Rome wasn’t built in a day even though we wish some things were. Love is very much the same. Love is patient and kind. So why not be kind to yourself and practise the art of waiting and being patient so you can attract the right person in your life. When you master your life in this way it is amazing how what seems to be orderly chaos is actually not affecting you. Patience can be your friend if you take a step back and allow things to unfold. It is not only about arriving at the destination but it is about the journey. Being in a hurry isn’t going to change a lot. It just causes angst and worry. All will be as it should so what is the big hurry? You cant miss what is yours. All is well when you master patience. It can be easier said than done on many occasions but step by step starting small things like traffic jams ,being around difficult people or dealing with difficult relatives. With time you will master the art of patience. All will be meant to be.