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MASTERING PATIENCE

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The Last Judgement

 

Helen Hoven Santmyer once said ” But surely, if you trust GOD, you can believe the bad moments pass, and the good memories are worth enough.” She was the author of the New York Times best-selling classic ” And Ladies of the Club” with more than two and one half million copies in print today. It took her more than fifty years to write!

“The Last Supper” was painted by the Italian painter/ jack of all trades – Leonardo da Vinci in Milan, Italy on a wall in a dining hall. Leonardo worked on this painting for ten years.

Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni, more simply known as Michelangelo – painted “The Last Judgement” which is considered to be one of the twelve master paintings of the world. It took him a total of eight years to complete this work of art. He spent four years producing more than 2000 sketches and renderings and four years to do the actual painting.

Mastering your patience may very well create masterpieces in your own life. Sometimes it’s hard to do, but try to master patience every single day!


3 Comments

  1. balroop2013 says:

    Thanks for the inspiration, friend! We need such reminders almost everyday! Well taken! I have written about patience, you can find it in the archives at my blog.

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  2. Rookienotes says:

    Yes! Patience is my weakness. I want everything here and now. But God’s time is impeccable.

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  3. joyage says:

    Thank you as well for the reminder. Yes patience is hard but it gets easier everyday when you continue to be humble. You can’t have patience until you choose to have patience and work towards being a patient person. I work towards patience daily and I must say that life has gotten better and my level of stress has reduced. This was very inspiring and a post that everyone should take heed to.

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