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Be Patient With Yourself!

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Be Patient With Yourself!

You ever had a moment in your life where you tried to rush something, and you missed out on the small details which caused issues later in your life? Whether it was getting a new car, new relationship, new home, etc.
Sometimes we get too anxious about life in general especially,
when our birthdays roll around the corner.
We put on our critical glasses, and then depression, frustration, and discontentment begin to set in, and then we go on a race to beat time to get all these things done in our lives that are not satisfactory to our perfect list.

Well, I am here to tell you that you are not alone in feeling this way. Let me give you a golden nugget when these thoughts come to mind.
Be patient with yourself, give yourself time to heal, wait before going into that next relationship, take time to make the best decision for your future.
There is no need to rush and go through the same thing next year. There are two scriptures I would like you to remember when you find yourself moving too fast or not meeting goals or new year’s resolutions fast enough.
The first scripture is Isaiah 28:13, But the word of the LORD was unto them precept upon precept, precept upon precept; line upon line, line upon line; here a little, and they are a bit… Set those goals, write them down, start your New Year resolutions, but remember you will meet them line by line, a little here, a little there. The next one is Ecclesiastes 9:11; I returned, and saw under the sun, that the race is not to the swift. Do you see this? This life race is not for the swift. Be patient, and things will fall into place at the right time. Stop beating yourself up! Be patient with yourself. Do not fall into the competition of comparing yourself with others.

Jas 1:4 (KJV)
But let patience have her perfect work, that ye may be perfect and entire, wanting nothing
if you follow this life principle, you will come out wiser, more fulfilled, and content. So, the next time your birthday rolls around, do not get anxious; the next time a new year rolls around, do not get depressed. Instead, enjoy the moment and work on yourself little by little. Write down those goals line by line. Till next time, remember your worth the wait!

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