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The Art of Patience (P-5)


 A thought for today in five words:

Patience means to wait peacefully!

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I am also participating in
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using the following format for my posts:
 7 words in 7 days ... April 1-8
  6 words in 6 days ... April 9-15
    5 words in 5 days ... April 16-21
    4 words in 4 days ... April 22-26
    3 words in 3 days ... April 27-29
          2 words in 2 days ... April 30-May 2
                                                         1 word on the final day ... May 3
(Sundays excluded)
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15 comments:

  1. A good word, sometimes hard to demonstrate.

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  2. Peacefully in urgent situations is hard to come by, too.

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  3. I think I am pretty patient but then I wonder if patience isn't just another form of procrastination with me.

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  4. This reminded me of a little ditty my mum always used to recite to my dad, who was notoriously impatient:
    Patience is a virtue,
    Possess it if you can.
    Often found in women,
    But rarely in a man.

    Around My Kitchen Table
    That's Purrfect

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  5. Such a beautiful and true post. It's tough but worth it.

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  6. Good one! and what an art that is!

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  7. This is one thing that has always been difficult for me, though I think that I am much better at being patient now than when I was younger. I've learned to be patient by having to be patient.

    Thanks for another nice, insightful post. Have a blessed day!

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  8. Boy oh boy isn't that the truth!?

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  9. When you learn acceptance, you learn the art of patience. This is often hard-won.

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  10. ouch. I need this one stamped on my forehead.

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  11. I have trouble waiting patiently in a doctor's office or on a long line. In life, the things we are waiting for may take a lot longer than a trip to K-Mart. Lots of time we don't have any choice about the waiting, but we always have a choice about how we wait - peacefully or pacefully.

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  12. Patience was my word for 2015. A couple of years before that the word was wait. First I learned wait is a verb then I learned patience is a noun. Both are needed to make a complete sentence... and a complete life.

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