Patience is a virtue which helps to hold relationships. Patience
helps self to float and hold long in any circumstances with ego at zero in mind. A self-reliant ability to let one behave naturally while waiting. Patience enhances the ability to withstand circumstances and sustains the provocative conditions. Building tolerance keeps anger at bay; patience is the key ability which affects the outcome of any communication in positive way.
In this fast changing life where the relationship equations are switching fast, we need to practice patience with perseverance. In this fast world of internet, the data study suggests that internet speed is one of the scales which shown the patience is thinning day by day. The research also indicates that users who are on the net with higher speed are less patience than are connected to the Internet at faster speeds. The fact demonstrates the relationship between the human expectation of speed and human tolerance, definitely which was not the case in the days of our grandparents.
The Generation Next is not so compromising as that of those who not had access to the internet and indeed looks for the easy ways, running out of patience
with the fast available options to sustain a strong long going relationship is tough.
We judge situations and people and snap sudden decisions. A virtue of patience, on display from the days of history. What the saints and the followers (of course our forefathers), thought and practice is the lesson worth to learn and told to the next generation, ” a true testament of patience”, that helps to stand still in tough times for relationships to flourish and sustain. Well said by Robert H.Schuller: Be patient the Storm will pass, the spring will come.
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