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What does it mean to be patient?

We’ve all been told to be patient, that patience is a virtue, etc. etc. However, what does it REALLY mean? How do we actually achieve being patient in a way that helps us and helps others?

The definition of patience is: the capacity to accept or tolerate delay, trouble, or suffering without getting angry or upset.

Good luck.

However, when we want to be successful and achieve our life vision, patience is key. Without it, we jump from one thing to the next, never noticing what is occurring around us.

We will discuss some realistic ways to achieve patience, personal experiences, examples, and benefits of patience, and we will give you some peace and confidence in this journey. Patience is a practice and it needs to be cultivated and it will take time, but it will be well worth it.

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