But, sometimes we get tired of waiting.
And the Universe says that patience is a virtue.
So, don’t we all want to be patient? Of course!
And like my image above says, “good things come…”
But when does being patient turn into being dumb?
How long can we be patient before we’ve been patient enough?
To be patient for a significant amount of time, is OK, but after this time has passed it starts to feel like it’s in vain.
You start to feel like your patience is being overlooked.
Almost as if the party you are waiting on knows that you are waiting, but they don’t care.They are inconsiderate of you and your time.
Why do we have to wait, or be patient after we’ve been patient for long enough.
And who’s to say how long is the right time to be patient, but after being patient for a very long time, there’s questions that need to be answered.
Does our time not matter?
Is it that being impatient is synonymous with being “rude” or “uncouth” when we don’t sit down and wait like the little pets you try to treat us like?
So then we sit and wait patiently, because we’re scared of retaliation of some sort?
Why should we even be worried about that?
Is that why we wait patiently after we’ve been waiting for so long?
Why is it that we don’t realize our own value, strength and worth would cripple these offenders who take advantage of our patience?
Why is that having expectations for you, the one who we ceremoniously wait patiently for, is unheard of?
Why do we listen when we’re told to be patient and wait, while the powers that be sit on their imaginary throne and take their time without considering us, the patient ones.
We can only be patient for so long, until we start to realize that maybe this is something that is not worth being patient for.
Because we know our worth.
So the longer we’re patient, the harder it is to win us over, because our time is valuable and if they don’t know our worth, we definitely should, and they will find out soon enough.