”Understanding Patience In Life”


”Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.”

”Harriet Tubman”

The importance of patience should be realized by every individual. Patience in life can make them reach out for the stars. With patience you can avoid making hasty decisions. Life is not about living in the future or in the past. Life is about accepting the present moment.

Whenever you are in any sort of trouble, people often advise you to have patience. Why, instead of advising you about the solution, do they ask you to stay calm and composed and be patient?

In this modern age, most of us have forgotten to be patient and get irritated very quickly over minor things like a traffic jam, stock market ups and downs, a baby crying and such things. In fact, patience is a virtue that everybody must possess. Patience makes us better people.



Patience Shapes a Talent into Achievement:-

To shape your talents and inborn abilities into real achievements, you must have patience.

To master any art or to enhance your talent, you need to make continuous effort for a long time.

To achieve your dreams, you must have the zeal to overcome challenges and the power to overcome roadblocks comes only from patience.

While desiring to achieve your dream, you might get intimidated by the huge tasks ahead to achieve it. Divide your task into smaller steps and set a schedule to achieve those steps. It will help you develop patience and achieve your dream in a organized way.

”One moment of patience may ward off great disaster. One moment of impatience may ruin a whole life.”

Patience transforms relationships:-

Sometimes, in our relationships, we become defensive, irritated, and say something to hurt others. We do not realize the importance of patience and end up making hasty decisions. Whenever you feel defensive against the person, try to be patient enough to take time to think over another person’s positive qualities.

Patience helps you to be empathetic:-

Building empathy towards others is very important if you want to live a hassle-free life. If you get irritated by a crying baby or a loud child playing in front of you, you must think about developing your patience. Patience helps you build empathy towards others.

Patience helps us accept other people as they are and makes us tolerant. By being impatient, you suffer more than other people.


Patience helps acquire positive attitude:-

If things are not going the way you want them to, instead of getting frustrated,  you must learn to be patient. You need to see things and situations in a positive light to make your life happier. And to get that positivity, you need to be patient.

If you find any life situation challenging, or find it difficult to bear, try to re-frame that situation and try to see its positive side.

Patience makes you healthier:-

Anger and stress are two things that are enough to ruin a person’s health. And patience is the antidote to both these illnesses. Being patient, you can overcome any challenging situation with more flexibility and in a better way. Being stress-free and happy helps you stay you healthier.

You can be patient if you have clear knowledge about your goal and if you are putting the desired effort in the right direction. There are many ways to achieve anything. The trick is to stick to your own plan when others around you seem to be getting ahead much faster than you. Yes, they may be enjoying more success than you, but you know nothing about where they are ultimately headed.

Patience is an important tool in overcoming frustration. Patience allows us to suspend judgment long enough to make informed decisions, thus paving the path to a happy and peaceful life.


Published by


BeBloggerofficial is about reflecting on simple wisdom.It was founded in August 2017, emerging as a leading resource for peace and happiness, with thousands of monthly readers. You’ll find posts about Science, universe, cosmology meeting with happiness, love, relationships, change, meaning, mindfulness, spirituality, simplicity, minimalism, letting go, and more.

23 thoughts on “”Understanding Patience In Life””

    1. Ya Just let it go with the flow…that how you will come to understand every prospective of our life.. …rushing doesn’t bring anything rather than stress ..so better have patience make it slow but give your best n believe in universe:)

      Liked by 1 person

  1. I agree with a lot of things here. I actually used to be really patient or as it also is know for long “suffering”. But then a turn of events within a short period of time ripped not only my patience into space, but I have turned into this person who feels there is no time in certain things for patience. Life can cease today, and in a panic I tend now to say as much as I can before I cease.

    Not the best in how to deal with this, but if people are really patient especially those who advise patience, I’m sure I’m in good company then.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Patience (or forbearance) is the ability to endure difficult circumstances such as perseverance in the face of delay; tolerating provocation without responding in annoyance/anger; or exhibiting forbearance when under strain, especially when faced with longer-term difficulties. Patience is the level of endurance one can have before negativity. It is also used to refer to the character trait of being steadfast. Keep Reading


      1. Yes, thank you, very true what you write. For me though, the time of patience in the face of enduring hardship (bullying and being stepped on continuously BECAUSE of my patience) is over. I have drawn a line so thick, anyone trying to cross it needs to climb over it. When “patience” being “demanded” with kind words and is only a mask of “Stockholm Syndrome”, were the perpetrators (bullies) enjoy being protected and excused in the name of “patience”, nope. No more.

        Liked by 1 person

Comments are closed.