Wait?

There requires a constant balancing with the actions we will take between patience or impatience.

Fools may rush in before they are duly prepared and fail as a result.

Perpetually at peace, as Immanuel Kant noted, is only found in the graveyard.

Somewhere between patience and impatience is the precise right time for us to act. This time varies with each scenario. It is important to gauge this timing so that you may learn your way through to the most precise moment to act.

There is great wisdom to be attained and thus displayed in organizing your actions in a timely balance between patience and impatience.

Attaining the desired end result always remains top of mind. Know your audience and their motivation. Relate for a shared value with others.

“Patience is not the ability to wait, but how you act while you are waiting.” — Joyce Meyers —

MITM

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