Business mind. The free mind of a human god!

The patient one.

To rush into things, to prematurely act and make decisions, to say without thinking, to react, is not wisdom from the heart but ego…

“Never cut a tree down in the wintertime.  Never make a negative decision in the low time.  Never make your most important decisions when you are in your worst moods.  Wait.  Be patient.  The storm will pass.  The spring will come.” ~ Robert H. Schuller; American Christian televangelist, pastor, motivational speaker, and author.

“There is something good in all seeming failures.  You are not to see that now.  Time will reveal it.  Be patient.” ~ Swami Sivananda; Hindu spiritual teacher and a proponent of Yoga and Vedanta.

We all understand that the origin of wisdom is not the mind of man, seat of the ego, but the heart, not the heart as in the muscle but the heart as the subconscious, Infinite Intelligence, where all true love emerges and fills our cellular make-up.


To rush into things, to prematurely act and make decisions, to say without thinking, to react, is not wisdom from the heart but ego activity from the mind; therefore, when it comes to good decisions and behaviors to better our lives and ourselves, rushing into things is to deny wisdom, it is to purposefully ignore our divine trait of patience.

One must understand that patience is indeed divine, because everything that happens, when it happens, whether you understand it or not at the moment, has a divine purpose, and you must be patient and trust that purpose. 
Don’t try to understand it or analyze it, because your mind is limited in that regard; just be patient and trust the process. 
There is no greater wisdom than to be patient, so breathe, calm your mind, before you rush into something, anything; but specially if it is about some great move or change in your life.

Remember, patience is divine; it means we all have it within ourselves.  So, do not look for excuses and say that you cannot use patience or that you don’t have it; because you do have it, but you might just choose to be too ego-centered to reach for that patience within yourself.  Know your own nonsense.



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“Limitations live in our minds, but if we use our imaginations, our possibilities become limitless.” ~Jamie Paolinetti; writer and director.

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