Patience implies to endure the pain and trials calmly and without complaint. When it comes to personal relationships, patience plays an extremely important role in fighting any conflict.
Each person has their own set of beliefs, values, and prospects in life. Thus it is not surprising that we all tend to disagree with others on a particular issue. In the end, we have the right to a personal opinion.
Patience, understanding and empathy are components of a healthy, lasting relationship. A romantic relationship based on honesty, trust, communication, and above all, patience.
One of the Bible verses reads: “Love is patient, kind, it does not envy or boast, it not proud, can not be rude, she is not looking for the benefit of yourself, she’s not violent and do not remember evil. Love does not rejoice in iniquity, but rejoices in the truth. It bears all things, believes, hopes and endures all things”.
When you love somebody, you don’t want to hurt him, not seek revenge, do not suffer offense, not run and don’t go when you come on hard times.
If you really love someone, you respect it, support it, you are always there when needed and ready to lend the shoulder. You are patient with your partner because you know that it’s worth it. And if he doesn’t love you, then, as they say, “If you love somebody, set him free. If he comes back, he’s yours. If I’m not back — he never had to be yours.”
If you are looking for, lost love or loved again, you have to remember about patience.
You must be patient because all good things do not come immediately. Remember that love does not come from anger, resentment or jealousy. She thrives in hostility, harshness or malice. It is selfless, pure and persistent.
Remember that love is worth the wait.