Nothing can be built in a day. Not an individual's character, neither careers, nor businesses, nor lives, neither cities, nor countries.
Nothing can be built in a haste. Not a home, nor a design, a device, not a game, nor a song or a tele-series.
Nothing can be learnt in a day. Not a subject discipline, nor playing music, nor a sport, neither a language, nor a skill.
Nothing can be grown in a day. Not a tree, nor trust, neither a human bond, neither a field of corn, neither resources, nor savings, nor money.
Nothing heals in an instant. Not a broken heart, nor a sour relation, nor a torn ligament.
The current trend of 'instant' is detrimental in many ways. 'Instant' social media, instant 'messaging', instant photography, instant selfies-sharing, instant buying, instant unhealthy food - all have wrecked havoc to our patience and wrongly trained our mind to expect instant change, instant success, instant gratification and set us to hopelessly unrealistic expectations.
So be aware. Try to assess yourself and lower down all 'instant' today.
Pursue elaborate and detailed studies, careful considerations, closer and deeper relations, long term goals, total cure and big strategic moves to the life you want to build.
Have patience and pursue depth, elaboration and perfection today.
2 thoughts on “The Quality of Patience”
Beautiful. Thank you 🙏
Absolutely 👍! All good things take time! Beautifully conveyed!