IF YOU CAN BE PATIENT—(10 minutes read)

I have perfected my plan a day before the D-day. I have imagined and sketched my itinerary for the next day consciously aware of what is needed to be done the second day without any mistake or error. My plan for the next day is to find my way out to the browsing café to engage in updating my blog space. I already mapped out the internet or browsing provider in my vicinity that I will patronize.


Alas, the D-day came, in the afternoon, I moved out by taking a bike but when I got to the office of the internet service provider after I alighted from the bike I took, to my complete consternation, the office was under lock and key.


Deep down, I was disappointed, and I was boiling with rage and fury because this is a dent to my plan that might end up scattering into pieces what I have imagined laying hand upon to end up in futility.


As I noticed this, I held my calmness and candor but inside of me was the flow of total dejection and disappointment that I am managing to curtail and control.


While musing over this and while nursing my pain and wound, I decided to just start strolling down for me to maximize the energy that I will be using to stroll down the street to curb the waves of anger that has started overwhelming the fabrics of my being. I used this as a tool to vent my anger and disappointment, but I was confused to an extent because I was bothered about getting an alternative in the form of getting another internet or browsing provider within my vicinity.


At a point, when I got to the prime of thinking about an alternative, I decided to just stroll down to my daughters’ creche to take her back home so that I will just retire home for the day to have my peace because my dream for the day has been shattered without any hope of making something meaningful out of my laid-out plan for the day.


At the point of giving up, I got conscious and sensitive of the fact that there is a internet or browsing center that I could faintly recollect the actual location, but I realized that anytime I am coming back home from work in the evening, I always observe this place even though I wasn’t sure whether I am right or wrong.


Immediately, I hopped a bike again and moved over to the area where my mind was. After few minutes of being conveyed on the back, I got to the area and I was able to locate the office and when I got there, my plan, hope and aspiration for the day saw the light of the day without any form of problem and hassle.


In real life situation, many passed through similar situation daily whereby many plans are being made but it always ends up in futility that will end up in frustration caused by the disappointment that arise from our inability to fulfill whatever our plan for the moment might be,


It is human and reasonable to feel disappointed and dejected when such happen because it is always accompanied with waste of resources and material that could be quite costly and expensive.


Amid this condition, we became emotional and cocky to the extent that we allow our sense of reasoning to be blocked and clogged with waves of emotion.


Being emotional at this point is understandable, reasonable and human.


This is  how the expression of our feelings ought to be in a situation like this.


Nevertheless, what this situation might be, it is quite expedient that a mature mind will look beyond these waves of emotion and allow sense of reasoning to take control of the situation on ground.


The control of our emotion entails and requires nothing but a balance view and analysis of the situation on ground by suspending our emotion and allowing reasoning to take control of the situation on ground.


It is at the point of giving our sense of reasoning to take over that we will be able to have a clearer and a balanced view of the situation that might end up allowing us to have a grip of the situation at hand which might just require nothing but an extensive level of thinking and appraisal that will trigger the needed solution that will make us to achieve whatever our plan might be at a particular moment.


During this form of experience, patience becomes a virtue that is needed by anyone to make something meaningful out of the situation.



The absence of patience will make the situation on ground to become complex and difficult thereby preventing needed solution to fizzle out from the mind of those who are concern.


Patience should take the center stage and it is through patience that the concerned will be able to think deeply to get the needed solution to the plan that is on the verge of being unsuccessful.


Every plan imagined becomes achievable accompanied with the exhibition and reflection of the inherent beauty of the plan when it can be platformed on patience.


It is patience that command needed success that will make the content and concept behind any plan to be propelled to the realm of successful fulfilment.


No one should dream and talk about success when patience is absent as a virtue.


Success and patience go hand in hand rubbing each other hands together for the needed plan to become achievable and attainable.


No patience, no success.


Hence, plan should not be imagined and mapped out for success when the needed patience for it to materialized is absent.


The presence of patience makes every imagined and mapped out plans to become successful.


Those who desire to be successful in life must maximize the inherent virtue of patience that is time sapping as a needed resource for the attainment of their imagined and mapped out plans.


Instead of being emotional, disappointed and down- casted, it is better to exercise patience. Though, the result of being patient might be time sapping and slow, but patience helps in a great way to ensure, attract and command success cheaply without any constraints.


If only you can be patient, your mapped out plans will become successful in the process of time.



©mlst media 2018



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