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The Ripe Fruits Always Belong to Those With Patient

The Ripe Fruits Always Belong to Those With Patient

 

When the the economy is becoming worsen, people are impatient, because there are several costs that can not be paid or redeemed.
That might force people for wrongdoing and making hasty decisions, but certainly the government and nature not agree with that.
Make a plan to organized somethings so that we can always get the ripe fruits and accomplish for everything in the end.
Those who cannot afford that patience will create “the rude awakening” for a plan that might not be finished, thus they won’t be achieving any results.
Any strategic planning which are being terminated earlier will have a loss factor, unless  the concept has been sold to a prospective buyer earlier.
Something that we have the hundred percent patient to do, will be the most profitable business and can give more satisfaction for several parties, qualities can then be guaranteed and verifiable for everyone.
The end result may be foreseeable in the eyes of interested people who then can express their full opinion about the startling display.
The saying “patience is a virtue” will give us more chances for victory,  and no one will need to add something in it, because that is the end result.
Patience conquers all is a Chinese proverb, and if we look at their current economy state then we should believe in it.
So if we want to eat ripe fruit, we should know how to muster the patience and wait for the perfect moment when it is ready ripe for picking.

 

I wish you a healthy life.
Kindly Regards,
Author Jan Jansen

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Comments

  • Posted: July 30, 2014 17:21

    Hari Prasad Dubey

    Good Morning Sir !! " Make a plan to organized somethings so that we can always get the riped fruits and accomplish for everything in the end" Very true words !! Thanks !!
  • Posted: July 30, 2014 17:21

    Tetê Nogueira

    Pra colher o fruto maduro, temos que esperar o momento certo! obrigada Jan Jansen!
  • Posted: July 30, 2014 17:22

    Cynthia Gonzalez

    Good morning Jan from Texas. Thank you for the inspiring post today. I agree with you "Patience is a Virtue" in my life experiences, I have experienced "The rude awakening" and my plans failed. Time and patience can reward many wonderful outcomes. I waited over forty yrs for a special plan to develop and by believing in faith , patience , I can see my end results prosper in my favor . I have a couple more yrs but I waited forty lol.. I am Your testimony that "Patience is a Virtue" ! Have a awesomeness blessed spiritual friendship mid-week filled with joy, inspiring people and good health. A HUGE TEXAS HUG! Cheers, ~CYNTHIA~
  • Posted: July 30, 2014 17:23

    Rakesh Aggarwal

    Patient in your dealings with people, places and things is a good character trait to practice because being patient is a win/win situation. You don't have butterflies in your stomach, drumming your fingers, steam pouring out of your ears. You just wait for things to happen. This is more an Eastern attitude than a Western one but one that can lower blood pressure and keep relationships stable, work accomplished and fruits enjoyed. A teacher who lacks patience can't be a good teacher. Patience is a positive attribute as well. One sits and reflects on what is before him/her before acting, instead of flying off the handle and making a mess in the end. Shirdi Sai baba preached "devotion" and "Patience" as the two principles of life.
  • Posted: July 30, 2014 17:24

    Joreza Genovez Lago-Llena

    Yes we must be patience always Jan,,everything comes in the right time and place..thanks Jan..
  • Posted: July 30, 2014 17:25

    Edward Koshchenets

    Thanks Jan Jansen. efficient economy always morally. I like your post online .
  • Posted: July 30, 2014 17:26

    Petit Buzz

    Patience is a virtue, observation is a force of reflexion ! Tks true Jan !

 
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