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  • Writer's pictureCatherine Norton

Patience

The word "virtue" suggests superior moral character, but no one is born virtuous. This is something we develop through practice.


Patience means doing our best and expecting right things to happen at the right time, working with the flow of nature rather than trying to control it.


If we'd like to eat potatoes in December, we don't plant them in December. We plant potatoes in the spring so they can develop all summer and produce a plentiful harvest that will last through the winter.


Taking this same approach to all matters produces similar results.



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