Are You A Patient Or Impatient Person?
Are You a patient or impatient person? Then you can learn being from an impatient person to a much better patients person. The difference between a patient and an Impatient person is the word ‘perseverance.’ It’s an attitude that you will have to train yourself for. To have perseverance means: “Continuance in a state of grace until it is succeeded by a state of glory.”
A patient person has much perseverance attitude that makes he/she to function and live their life’s in peace, while an impatient persons are desperate people with multiple problems and will have to redo what could’ve be completed once. An impatient man runs in the strength of his own will and tries to accomplish it in his own timing. I have seen many older and younger ladies/men in this generation to which I’ve read some innovating stories, and also read some illicit act by another set of people who some became victim by taking to (suicide), because they lack the virtues to wait. Some others whose lives are in danger, and disarray simply by snubbing little caution that patience would have taught them what they could really need to earn in a life time. Whoever is patient has great understanding, but one who is quick-tempered displays folly.[What You Can Learn By Being Patience]
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Most time many are used to say “Who has being a patients person helped?” A patience dog does not even sniff the bone, talk more of having it; because by then the nun patience one’s might have grab the bone. Many also carry this same belief that because we live in a 21st century where people wants to compare their life with the speed browsing the internet.
Impatient People much believe in quick source/satisfaction! Than to learn the procedure, all because many want to enjoy without knowing what commitments it takes to have gotten there. But most times these sets of people would rather be made submissive by life circumstance in a difficult way if they don’t practice the virtue that being a patient person enjoys. So here are things you can learn from Impatient, to a Patient Person which are:
1. They want to get everything at their reach at the call of their desire. They become a proud man and woman who will say ‘’don’t make me wait for anything! I deserve everything immediately.’’ Some of this people may even mat pressure on you by association, or dealings with them. If you are really not the focus type, you could lose concentration and may be frustrated by their actions. But I really hope that if you’re reading through this now, and realize you’ve not been a patient person you should develop an attitude of patience. Better a patient person than a warrior, one with self-control than one who takes a city.
2. Impatient is the fruit of pride greedy . “Patience is not the ability to wait, but sustaining a good attitude while waiting. For a humble person will never display an impatience attitude.’’ An impatient person will try anything to buy their way. Not having such heed turns them off. But we all need to enjoy where we are, while on our journey to where we are going. God knows your best and He will not be late!” A proud man runs in the strength of his own will and tries to accomplish in his own timing. Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love.
3. An Impatient person don’t care about learning the detail to a task. Because they want everything to be summarise; while someone pay for the act of waiting for their own success, if they ever want to stay focus doing something that demand time commitment. Their life is always a quick route to achieve anything. Thus, this is one reason we have many people going into fraudulent act, because they truly will not dare to learn all what it takes to achieve legitimate success acquiring skills, take a step and wait on the Lord blessings. Just as life demand process that comes with discipline and time.
The man who wait upon the Lord shall renew his strength. Remember; He giveth power to the faint; and to them that have no might. He increaseth strength. Even the youths shall faint and be weary, and the young men shall utterly fall: But they that wait upon the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint ( Isaiah 40: 29 – 31.) Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.
What Differentiate Patience from impatient
1. “Patience may enable individuals to tolerate flaws in others, therefore displaying more generosity, compassion, mercy, and forgiveness.”
In relationships with others, patience becomes a form of kindness. Think of the best friend who comforts you night after night over the heartache that just won’t go away, or the grandchild who smiles through the story she has heard her grandfather tell countless times. Indeed, research suggests that patient people tend to be more cooperative,
more empathic, more equitable, and more forgiving.
2. Patience helps us achieve our goals.
The road to achievement is a long one, and those without patience—who want to see results immediately—may not be willing to walk it. Think of the act of those being unwilling to “pay their dues” in an entry-level job, jumping from position to position rather than growing and learning.
In her 2012 study, Schnitker also examined whether patience helps students get things done. In five surveys they completed over the course of a semester, patient people of all stripes reported exerting more effort toward their goals than other people did. Those with interpersonal patience in particular made more progress toward their goals and were more satisfied when they achieved them (particularly if those goals were difficult) compared with less patient people. According to Schnitker’s analysis, that greater satisfaction with achieving their goals explained why these patient achievers were more content with their lives as a whole.
4. Patience is linked to good health. According to research report, patient people were less likely to report health problems like headaches, acne flair-ups, ulcers, diarrhea, and pneumonia. Other research has found that people who exhibit impatience and irritability—a characteristic of the Type A personality—tend to have more health complaints and worse sleep. If patience can reduce our daily stress, it’s reasonable to speculate that it could also protect us against stress’s damaging health effects.
Three ways to cultivate patience
Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. 1 Corinthians 13:4-5 | NIV.
Here are some strategies suggested by emerging patience research.
1. Reframe the situation. Feeling impatient is not just an automatic emotional response; it involves conscious thoughts and beliefs, too. Patience is linked to self-control, and consciously trying to regulate our emotions can help us train our self-control muscles.
2. Practice mindfulness. In one study, kids who did a six-month mindfulness program in school became less impulsive and more willing to wait for a reward.
3. Practice gratitude. In another study, adults who were feeling grateful were also better at patiently delaying gratification. When given the choice between getting an immediate cash reward or waiting a year for a larger ($100) windfall, less grateful people caved in once the immediate payment offer climbed to $18. Grateful people, however, could hold out until the amount reached $30. If we’re thankful for what we have today, we’re not desperate for more stuff or better circumstances immediately.
We can try to shelter ourselves from frustration and adversity, but they come with the territory of being human. Practicing patience in everyday situations—like with our punctuality-challenged coworker—will not only make life more pleasant in the present, but might also help pave the way for a more satisfying and successful future.
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