Time and happenings appear to have made a big joke out of this age-old adage. These happenings have led to several modifications and slant to this saying. All of these modifications tend to suggest that speed is the way forward and that there is little or no need for patience. This would be true if the subject of discussion was a formula one grand Prix, or an Olympic meter dash.
But growing up, I came to meet a people who believed that the patient dog eats no bone at all, so everyone of them had to get on the fast lane in life and that is how they miss out of opportunities, and experiences they expected to see at the end of the tunnel because it was waiting for them along the way but they were too fast, so they could not recognize them even when they saw it.
Patience will remain one of the greatest virtues in life, because it will take patience plus any other stuff to get what you want in life.
In order words the ability to wait is the price you must pay to get anything you want from life. But the truth remains, waiting is part of living that has come to stay because everything in life takes time.
So you have to wait for your time and still wait for your turn. So if you cannot wait for something, you are only rushing for problems or wait too long you will be waiting for problems.
But, the question is how long do we need to wait? If it takes patience to get what you want from life, so you will have to wait for as long as it will take you to get what you want and as long as you need to get where you want to. However, it is what you do while you are waiting that determines what you will get at the end of the day.
Therefore, if you must move, it should be when it is time and not in a hurry. And if you must wait it should be for your time and your turn but it should not be for too long yet as long as it will take because true success and greatness are among the fattest bone in life and it takes a great deal of patience to attain them.
So life will not give it to the fastest, the most beautiful, the strongest or the smartest but to the patient.“The patient dog eats the fattest bone”. Time and happenings appear to have made a big joke out of this age-old adage.
These happenings have led to several modifications and slant to this saying. The new improved versions of the adage include “the patient dog eats the smallest bone” and even worse, “the patient dog gets no bone at all”.
All of these modifications tend to suggest that speed is the way . The Place.
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