Patience, persistence and perspiration make an unbeatable combination for success. Napoleon Hill
For anything worth having one must pay the price; and the price is always work, patience, love, self-sacrifice – no paper currency, no promises to pay, but the gold of real service. John Burroughs
How many a man has thrown up his hands at a time when a little more effort, a little more patience would have achieved success. Elbert Hubbard
It is easier to find men who will volunteer to die, than to find those who are willing to endure pain with patience. Julius Caesar
Going back to my last post, it was about the bitterness of resisting some unavoidable habits and needs, the impossibility of stop chasing them and running after what make sense and get you what you really want but today, something bitterer showed up before my eyes, it was highlighted and proudly bragging about its difficulty, it’s undoubtedly patience.
To say the least, patience is never easy; it’s created for those who call themselves men, to test their manhood and strength. Also, it’s found on this earth to underline success that rarely comes without sweat, sacrifice and hard working.
If only you know how to resist what is wrong and walk over the irresistible, you’ll absolutely find yourself in front of a bigger and higher wall, the great wall of patience and persistence. Committing a new healthy habit surely needs persistence.
I believe that our lives are destined to go somewhere, we are somehow meant to meet our destiny in the way. However, in our very limited vision, we don’t know the future; we only can predict it and foresee some actions depending on what we have between our hands but we never know what the destiny is until it happens. Perhaps, you will become a millionaire one day but you never know it until you do become a millionaire, so you are supposed to work hard and sacrifice to make this dream come true. Now, if it happens, then it was your destiny from the very beginning. If not, it’s not meant for you, but you’ll definitely have something else waiting right on the corner. And this is what it means the gold of real service, give it all you got, but it only takes patience and endurance.
She is meant to be his wife; he did all what he got and was going to give up. Then, he had to swallow the truth and try once again, he did it. They got married and now live a happy life; you cannot imagine how much love they hide for each other. Again, it only takes patience and persistence.
Eventually, you’ll stand out being the only different man, the man who took the great risk of patience and endured its pain. People will say he succeeded overnight but only those who are close enough will know how you did. They will only see your final image either its happiness or whatever but they never know how it tastes because it tastes different and valuable.
Let it take patience; let it take endurance and persistence. At least, I’ll end up satisfied when only few know the secret, Patience!