16th Century French monk and writer François Rabelais said, “He who can have patience, can compass anything.”
Back then, the word “compass” wasn’t just used as a noun (a tool to help you find where you’re going), “compass” was also used as a verb (meaning “to get around”).
Therefore, Rabelais saying “If you have patience you can get around anything.”
During the extension of the quarantine for many of us, it’s easy to get angry, disappointed, and frustrated, however we can’t take the easy route.
Patience isn’t just waiting, it’s waiting in a good mood and that mood is up to all of us.
In this JumpStart, we talk about ways to have patience during this time of uncertainty so we can all get around it and enjoy happier times that lie ahead.
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