It is not just a person’s physical constitution,
their intelligence, their education,
or even their social conditioning that enables them
to withstand hardship.
Much more significant is their inner development.
And while some may be able to survive
through sheer willpower,
the ones who suffer the least are those who have a high degree
of patience and courage in the face of adversity.
– The Dalai Lama
Patience is a virtue
Virtue is a passive quality of power. The virtue of patience gives you the power to trust if you let go of your ego. Be like the one who walks in trust — the virtuous person who practices patience. The one who practices patience, is in a position of power to receive all their desires. However, you must feel that the power of patience inside you.
The power and virtue of patience often arrives into your soul, when you least expect it – when you have let your guard down to that feeling of trust to let patience in. When patience does arrive, a calm will wash over you and you will be free to experience and comprehend it’s wonderful virtues. You will be able to let go of fears that do not serve you. At long last you will be able to let in that passive quality that rightfully belongs to you.
Walk in the virtue of patience today and know that the hardships suffered from lack of patience will continue unless you become strong with each act of patience.
Kathleen Lamoureux is an Intuitive Life coach and Numerologist, helping individuals to find direction, true purpose, and to understand not only themselves, but their most intimate relationships. Kathleen reveals the meaning of numbers as they relate to all things metaphysical and gives private numerology readings and coaching sessions.
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