Being and Having Patience

patienceThe definition of Being Patience is a state of endurance under difficult circumstances, which can mean preserving in the face of delay or provocation without acting on annoyance/anger in a negative way; or exhibiting forbearance when under strain, especially when faced with long-term difficulties.

I have been having major computer issues over the last few weeks. Nothing irritates me more that this. I have learned to have patience in many areas of my life, however, technology issues seem to get me frustrated. I know that I must let it go, and relax. These issues will eventually work themselves out. Being patience, is truly a virtue. The more I breath through the difficulty and let it go, wait, take some positive action, the more things begin to work out. The more I become angry over the situation, the worse I feel, and the more entangled I become in the problem. So, take a deep breath, have a good laugh, relax, wait, move forward and be patient. It will all work out for the greater good.

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