It takes a lot of patience with yourself to recognize your faults and to own them.
It equally takes twice the humility to resolve that you’ll do better in the future.
Ultimately, it takes patience to master and improve on who you are and whatever it is that you are doing. Anticipating instant success in changes that concerns us only opens up our thoughts and attitude towards impatience and frustration.
May you not tire in running your race.
Every Tuesday, I share snippets of thoughts that I call ‘My Thinking Corner.’
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Thescented candles are down to a nub. His favorite casserole is cold and the soufflé has fallen flat.
She looks at the phone for the umpteenth time. Not a buzz. As the minutes tick slowly, the wait becomes unbearable. She knows that it would be another no-show. Another empty promise broken, another lie told and a birthday ruined.
She feels angry frustration for falling in love in a hopeless place. He has been stringing her along all these past year with his sweet tongue.
If she is honest to herself, she knows that he is a consummate liar.
He claims not be in love with his Missus any longer yet Fiorina’s recent findings is that Missus is heavy with the 3rd child.
Enough! I am worth more than this! Emptying the wine glass, she adjusts the zip of the gorgeous red evening gown; a gift from him.
NO more! She said as she slashed it into jagged strips!