compassion, collaboration & cooperation iN transistion
This is the patience with life as it unfolds for one, not the patience of waiting for some thing. Sublime patience comes from the understanding of the purpose of life as we know it and accepting our responsibility for that life. To hand over this responsibility to 'God', or anything or anyone else, is to duck one's own culpability.
Sublime patience comes from acceptance of one's self as the cause - and,
therefore, one's self as the 'cure' - and acceptance of what life brings, whilst being aware that the remedy lies with one. Hence, the Edgar Cayce Reading, "Be content, but be not satisfied."
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