Waiting Room

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Waiting Room.”

“Good things come to those who wait.” Do you agree? How long is it reasonable to wait for something you really want?

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I agree and believe good things come to those who wait, although after many years of life, it is also patience, that becomes a virtue, to build wisdom to learn how long it is to wait for something you really want.

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  1. The intersection of good things coming to those who wait and your Lao Tzu quote on self transformation is apparent in my love story. I waited (not always patiently) 5 years from the time of my divorce until my long lost my soul mate returned to me. In the mean time, I worked on me: loving me, accepting me as a single person, accepting, growing and becoming my best as an individual. He was doing the same. The lesson: work on you while waiting. As to how long you should wait, once I turned that over to a power greater than myself, it all unfolded with perfect timing.

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