Patience is an important skill that we should teach ourselves. Without patience, you turn into your own worst taskmaster.
We have become too used to immediate results. And when we don’t get those results immediately, it drives us mad. We can either drive ourselves crazy, get worked up and bring out the worst in ourselves or we can learn to transform that frustration with patience.
Having patience helps us to take a step back and gather our wits about instead of aggressively reacting or making hasty decisions.
Patience doesn’t mean passivity or resignation but instead means power.
Patience doesn’t make you a doormat, it let’s you intuit the situation to get a better and a larger view to determine the right action.

Judith Orloff M.D.

Riya Jadhav



IRIANS – The Neuroscience Institute 


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