Progress through Patience
It is often said that patience is a virtue. Yet many of us would argue that point, due to our internal problem when it comes to waiting. There are some who have no issue when it comes to waiting patiently for their birthday to arrive, or for their test results to turn up. But some do not.
The current times that we find ourselves in have called for a greater level of patience, especially considering the coronavirus pandemic. As we have all discovered at some point over the past year, such patience can often wear thin, especially when waiting for the ‘inevitability’ of normality.
For our growing team at ReachAcross, we have learned that being patient is certainly a virtue worth waiting on; for the right team member to join, for the right time to fundraise, for the right moment to expand. As we have learned to be patient, we have also learned to progress.
“The end of a matter is better than its beginning, and patience is better than pride.” - Ecclesiastes 7:8 (NIV)
As much as we would like to rush the process of life, it is better to patiently wait for what’s next.