Thursday, January 28, 2010


What does this word mean and why is it so hard to achieve? Wow! Tough questions to answer and even harder to put into action; however, sometimes the best action is none at all. Waiting happens to be exactly what it means to be patient. Sleeping, marinating, ignoring, and diverting attention are all forms of waiting, though discipline serves as the best solution to the "waiting game." As it turns out, everyone is always waiting for something or someone: buses, food, loved ones, or even people to hurry. Fortunately, a desire is granted each time you are done waiting. When put that way, it sounds as if the "game" is little more than a microwave dinner. Well, sometimes it can be that simple. Though sometimes waiting can be loaded with strife, anxiety, and despair.
So when you first realize that you will no longer be waiting and your desire is a reality, what do you do? Elation has many different forms. Enough ranting. I am finished with waiting, at least for this year, and I am smiling from ear to ear.

"a dream came to me silently in the night..."

1 comment:

said said...

If you ask God for patience, does he grant you the ability to cope with waiting, or give you the opportunity to be patient?

"But to think well of all, to be cheerful with all, to patiently learn to find the good in all- such unselfish thoughts are the very portal of heaven; and to dwell day by day in thoughts of peace toward every creature will bring abounding peace to their possessor." - James Allen