We all need a little patience.
It’s a rare quality in this day of social media, multitasking, the Internet and now now now.
And I grew up in New Jersey one of the least patient places in America.
And in the past considered myself impatient.
And I am still working to always be more patient, and to look and think before I talk, unless of course I am clowning.
And from a few people I have heard that they think of me as patient. That means a lot. It’s been a journey. It’s been understanding. It’s being able to wait. Waiting is good.
Sometimes patience means sitting in the woods and hearing the wind, the water and seeing the branches blow with the wind.
Patience is look at the area before taking the camera shot. Patience is letting yourself rest before hitting the next golf shot. Patience is letting yourself wait, letting yourself not need, letting yourself have enough.
Patience is when you get agitated, giving little meditations and calming the self. Patience is not rushing, rushing, rushing.
Patience is good. I recommend it, and I think it’s a life journey for me.
May we all be more patient in these hectic times.