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Top 50 Quotes About Patience – Remarkable & Wise Words

Genius is eternal patience.

(1475 – 1564, Italian sculptor, painter,
architect, poet, and engineer)

Rivers know this - there is no hurry - we shall get there one day - A.A. Milne

No, I will be the pattern
of all patience;
I will say nothing.

William Shakespeare

(1564 – 1616, English poet, playwright, and actor)

Whoever is out of patience
is out of possession
of their soul.

Francis Bacon,
1st Viscount St Alban

(1561 – 1626, English philosopher, statesman,
scientist, jurist, orator, essayist and author)

Have patience
with all things.
But, first of all
with yourself.

Saint Francis de Sales

(1567 – 1622, Bishop of Geneva)

Abused patience
turns to fury.

Thomas Fuller

(1608 – 1661, English churchman and historian,
remembered for his writings,
particularly his Worthies of England)

We have no patience
with other people’s vanity
because it is offensive
to our own.

François VI,
Duc de La Rochefoucauld,
Prince de Marcillac

(1613 – 1680, French author of maxims and memoirs)

Patience and time
do more than
strength or passion.

Jean de La Fontaine

(1621 – 1695, French fabulist and poet,
known above all for his Fables)

Trees that are slow
to grow
the best fruit.

Jean-Baptiste Poquelin,
known by his stage name Molière

(1622 – 1673, French playwright and actor)

Beware the fury
of a patient man.

John Dryden

(1631 – 1700, English poet, literary critic, translator,
and playwright who was made Poet Laureate in 1668)

Patience and diligence,
like faith,
remove mountains.

William Penn

(1644 – 1718, English property baron, and philosopher)

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