Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Life Lessons From Your Soul - Patience

Hurry up and wait! Patience is a virtue. Good things come to those who wait. Don't quit right before the miracle occurs. There are numerous sayings we call upon when we feel as though we are in a holding pattern. We try to ease the pain of not knowing what we want to know by reminding ourselves that patience is a necessary virtue worth striving for.

Patience brings with it the opportunity to build spiritual qualities. Built into patience is the opportunity to learn endurance, strength, and fortitude. There are necessary companions to patience. Perhaps the most well known is faith. Patience actually requires faith that what you are waiting for will come to pass - even if it's not quite how you envisioned it.

If you think of patience as a structure you are building, you know that high quality building materials will make the best and longest lasting building you can make. So, when you are patiently wating for something to manifest in your life, remember the best laid plans require patience, faith, hope, trust, surrender, caring and love.

Enjoy the building process then watch your waiting time come to a close only to bring in a stronger you.



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