patience

A Quote by unknown on patience

We should be patient with everyone, but above all with ourselves.

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A Quote by unknown on appreciation, meaning, patience, persistence, and understanding

Knowing trees, I understand the meaning of patience. Knowing grass, I can appreciate persistence.

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A Quote by unknown on gratitude, humility, learning, patience, and prayer

Answer to the prayer of a man experiencing great trials: Be still and take it! . . . and learn patience, humility and gratitude.

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A Quote by unknown on ability, patience, and people

Patience is the ability to put up with people you'd like to put down.

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A Quote by unknown on hunger and patience

Patience is what you require when the fish are not hungry.

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A Quote by unknown on friendship, love, pain, patience, sympathy, teachers, and understanding

Pain stayed so long, I said to him today, "I will not have you with me any more," I stamped my foot and said, "Be on your way," And paused there, startled at the look he wore. "I, who have been your friend," he said to me; "I, who have been your teacher-all you know Of understanding love, of sympathy And patience I have taught you. Shall I go?"

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A Quote by unknown on courage, hope, justice, laughter, optimism, and patience

They found a little courage That simmered in the sun. They blended it with patience And just a spice of fun. They poured in hope and laughter And then with a sudden twist They stirred it all together And made an Optimist.

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A Quote by unknown on mind, patience, study, tears, and youth

Your evening has come, but though it is so, the lamps of your intellect firmly glow As they did in your youth, and all who will may sit at your feet and hear what the still, small voice has carved in your mind through years Of patient study and toil and tears.

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Source: Albert W. Daw Collection

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A Quote by unknown on death, departure, earth, heart, hope, life, needs, patience, service, sorrow, and wishes

If none were sick and none were sad, What service could we render? I think if we were always glad, We scarcely could be tender. Did our beloved never need Our patient ministration, Earth would grow cold and miss indeed Its sweet consolation. If sorrow never claimed our heart, And every wish were granted, Patience would die, and hope depart. Life would be disenchanted.

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A Quote by unknown on courage, defense, duty, love, misfortune, neighbors, patience, scandal, silence, and words

What is Love? It's silence when your words would hurt, It's patience when your neighbor's curt, It's defense when the scandal flows, It's thoughtfulness for another's woes, It's promptness when stern duty calls, It's courage when misfortune falls.

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