Remember a time when ye yearned to do something. Remember wanting it fast and then getting it. What happened? Wast thou satisfied? Wast thou yearning quenched? Did thou wish ye would hath wanted longer? If only thou had patience, a better result would of came? Impatience can kill anticipation and ruin satisfaction quite well in fact.
Impatience vs Patience
Let's give a example. Let's say that it is around Christmas day and there is a kid that really wants to open their presents now! They goes on and on about how he does not want to wait for Christmas day to open them, but to open them now. They are indeed, very impatience. After days of relentless wining, the parents yield to their kid's wishes, and allow they to open they presents early. The kid opens their presents and is very happy and loves what they were given. A few days later, and Christmas is here. However, there are no presents under the tree; since the kid opened all of their presents. Now on Christmas day, all the other kids are opening their presents and the impatient kid has nothing to open; the excitement of opening presents on Christmas day is gone. This causes the kid to become downhearted and the love they had for their presents is quickly diminished. Why? Well, what made them extra special, Presents being opened on Christmas day, is gone. Their impatience has caused their satisfaction in their new presents go away. If they would have been patient and waited till Christmas, the excitement would have been that much more, and the fact of others opening their presents all in one day and not the kid, would cease to be. Patience is a virtue that amplifies the award of accomplishment and can help keep thee out of rushed scenarios where ye will not likely get what thou yearned for.
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