Redefining Patience

The Neighborhood

Patience is not simply the ability to wait –
its how we behave while we’re waiting.
– Joyce Meyer

redefining patience PATIENCE by Gemma Bardsley

When we were all just kids,our parents would often tell us or demand of us, “Patience, we will be there soon.” But even if we were of the age and could tell time, it still had no meaning, like the week before Christmas, which  felt like a torturous month. But each time we asked, “Is Santa here yet?” patience was the word that filled the void of a proactive response. As adults, rather we are counting down the days to our long overdue vacation or for any other joyous pursuits, we often consider  patience, as our only consolation

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But patience has a darker side, sinister for its ability to hide, clever in its disguise, fooling us into believing, it is an attribute –…

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