Wednesday, March 26th, 2014 Focus: The more I cultivate patience, the less anger I carry.



Not all anger is bad. We should never put up with exploitation or abuse, and our impatience in that regard is a healthy warning signal that our limits have been violated and we need to seek a safe haven.

When we employ patience, we are much better judges of when it is time to rise up in righteous anger and when we should grin and bear something.

There’s an Irish proverb that goes something like this: “When you are angry, you’re carrying the burden while the other person is out dancing.” The more we cultivate patience, the less anger we carry and the more dancing we’ll feel like doing.

Excerpted from the article:
The Gift of Patience: Patience Guards the Door to Anger
by M.J. Ryan.

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The Power of Patience: How This Old-Fashioned Virtue Can Improve Your Life — by M.J. Ryan.

In The Power of Patience, M. J. Ryan teaches us how to slow the rush and reclaim the forgotten virtue of patience on a daily basis. She shows how doing so allows us to make better decisions and to feel better about ourselves every day. The Power of Patience calls on us to reclaim our time, our priorities, and our ability to respond to life with a firmly grounded sense of who we are. It is the best gift that we can give ourselves.

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