The art Of Waiting

The art Of Waiting

Sometimes what we learn and who we become in the process of waiting is even more important than what we’re waiting for.

Arguably one of the most difficult concepts in life for us to grasp is the art of waiting patiently. . . . But sometimes what we learn and who we become in the process of waiting is even more important than what we’re waiting on. . . . We’re all waiting for something. An answer. A response. A reaction. A second chance. An e-mail. . . . If you’re still waiting for it, it means you’re not yet ready for it . . . whatever “it” is, so stop looking at waiting as a punishment and start looking at it as preparation! . . . Sometimes the moments spent waiting for something are even more important than the moment the something actually happens. And not all wishes are meant to come true. Some wishes are only there to teach us how to wait. These wishes . . . bring us not an instant blessing but a lifelong lesson.  – Mandy Hale

22 thoughts on “The art Of Waiting”

  1. Hmmmm u have a point CMD…waiting is like Hell right ? You don't know if it will come true or not but the heart will always say what it feels and wanted…I am not looking and I am not waiting if it's God's will thy will be done!:-)

  2. I honestly agree. I know patience solves everything at the right time. But sometimes we face difficulties maintaining patience., and I fully agree what we learn and who we become in the process of waiting is important.

  3. …even now as I sit responding to this ''post'' I am ''struggling'' with patience,to ignore this would only damage my ability to cope with it…the trick is not to ''avoid'' the struggle but to ''embrace'' it as ''part of life'' and not an ''enemy'' but a ''teacher''…

  4. …what brings me ''peace'' is beleiving that each moment is a ''lesson'' and part of the ''larger picture'' even the ''unpleasant'' is meant to to be examined on a daily basis the problems occurr by interference from external,or ''societal''concerns and judements…''stereotypes''…''models''…''norms''…

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