An 18th century British statesman, Lord Chesterfield, well-known for his wise quips said, "When a man wants your advice, he generally wants your praise"....
We all struggle with patience...some more than others. It's an age old issue. Here's how we lose patience and how to practice having more patience.
While it's been said "The Lord helps those who help themselves", He truly & abundantly blesses those who help other people.
We create our reality - our actual environment - through our thoughts. Yes, in fact, we build our lives minute by minute through the energy (and resulting actions) of the thoughts and attitudes we are most focused on.
Simple, good, "old-fashioned" manners go a long way toward building other people up...and exercising courtesy & manners speaks volumes about your own character. The best part about this is...it's all painless & doesn't cost you a thing.
For years, I've worked on learning how to better communicate with and understand people. Even after we get to know someone and tend to think we understand them - we aren't finished understanding them.
Simply put, there are two kinds of people: Those who make excuses, and those who make it happen. Who do you want to be?
We all have basic needs. Things like food, a place to live, clothing, paying the bills, etc. Those needs usually are what drive us...