Good things come to those who hustle— Chuck Noll
Fantastic Patience Virtue quotations
All things come to those who wait.
Good things come to those who wait.
Rivers know this: there is no hurry. We shall get there some day.
Every relationship has a spiritual purpose that helps us grow and become stronger. Sometimes, our most challenging relationships bring the greatest personal blessings. From them we learn about forgiveness, patience, and other virtues.
Rely on the ordinary virtues that intelligent, balanced human beings have relied on for centuries: common sense, thrift, realistic expectations, patience, and perseverance.
Patience is a conquering virtue. The learned say that, if it not desert you, It vanquishes what force can never reach; Why answer back at every angry speech? No, learn forbearance or, I'll tell you what, You will be taught it, whether you will or not.
Cooking is an art and patience a virtue.
Careful shopping, fresh ingredients and an unhurried approach are nearly all you need. There is one more thing - love. Love for food and love for those you invite to your table. With a combination of these things you can be an artist
Patience is a conquering virtue.
Above all, remember that God looks for solid virtues in us, such as patience, humility, obedience, abnegation of your own will - that is, the good will to serve Him and our neighbor in Him. His providence allows us other devotions only insofar as He sees that they are useful to us.
Affliction is the wholesome soil of virtue, where patience, honor, sweet humility, and calm fortitude, take root and strongly flourish.
Good things come to those who initiate.
Patience is the greatest of all virtues.
Humility is the mother of many virtues because from it obedience, fear, reverence, patience, modesty, meekness and peace are born. He who is humble easily obeys everyone, fears to offend anyone, is at peace with everyone, is kind with all.
Most men are notable for one conspicuous virtue or grace - Moses for meekness, Job for patience, John for love. But, in Jesus you find everything.
Patience is not a virtue. It is an achievement.
Patience is a virtue, and I'm learning patience. It's a tough lesson.
Patience is a virtue, but impatience gets things done.
Even a happy life cannot be without a measure of darkness.
I guess good things come to those who wait.
All good things come to those who wait.
Patience is a virtue. Keep doing what you want to do and eventually things will happen.
Patience, n. A minor form of dispair, disguised as a virtue.
Only bad things happen quickly, . . . Virtually all the happiness-produ cing processes in our lives take time, usually a long time: learning new things, changing old behaviors, building satisfying relationships, raising children. This is why patience and determination are among life's primary virtues.
The time has arrived when patience becomes a crime and mayhem appears garbed in a manner of virtue
Patience is a virtue Savannah, to tolerate delay.
It implies self control and forbearance, as opposed to wanting what we want when we want it. Something to think about. . .
Patience is a noble virtue, and, when rightly exercised, does not fail of its reward.
Patience is a virtue, but there comes a moment when you must stop being patient and take the day by the throat and shake it. If it fights back; fine. I'd rather end up bloody at the end of the day, then unhurt with no progress made, no knowledge gained. I'd rather have a no, then nothing. I'd forgotten that about myself.
Patience is only a virtue when there is something worth waiting for.
Patience, the beggar's virtue, shall find no harbor here.
Our problem is that we often expect instantaneous solutions to such challenges, forgetting that frequently the heavenly virtue of patience is required.
To exercise power costs effort and demands courage.
That is why so many fail to assert rights to which they are perfectly entitled - because a right is a kind of power but they are too lazy or too cowardly to exercise it. The virtues which cloak these faults are called patience and forbearance.
More things to remember: 7) The value of time;
8) The pleasure of working; 9) The obligation of duty; 10) The power of kindness; 11) The wisdom of economy; 12) The virtue of patience.
Want is a bitter and a hateful good, Because its virtues are not understood;
Yet many things, impossible to thought, Have been by need to full perfection brought. The daring of the soul proceeds from thence, Sharpness of wit, and active diligence; Prudence at once, and fortitude it gives; And, if in patience taken, mends our lives.
Ours is a kind of struggle designed, I dare say, by Providence to try the patience, fortitude, and virtue of men. None, therefore, who is engaged in it, will suffer himself, I trust, to sink under difficulties, or be discouraged by hardships. If he cannot do as he wishes, he must do what he can.