Patience is a muscle. It will be pushed to its limit, and a sign of true strength is maintaining strength after being pushed to the breaking point.
We've all been there.
Recently, I experienced this threshold first hand.
We went to a swap meet.
For those who don't know, a swap meet is like a garage sale, only with hundreds of people selling unwanted items.
Amazingly enough, after 4 hours, the piles of brikabrack all start to look similar.
I do not get too excited over other peoples unwanted items. One man's trash, is still trash.
Still, it was important to her, so I put up with it.
It's important to realize that some things, while not ideal, can lead to opportunities later down the line. It could be as simple as returning a favor, or even bolstering a friendship that will last a lifetime. Think about how your actions have more implications than you may realize. You never know when your patience may be rewarded!
Remember to thrive!
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