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Top 50 Quotes About Patience – Remarkable & Wise Words

The key to everything
is patience.
You get the chicken
by hatching the egg,
not by smashing it.

Arnold H. Glasow

(1905 – 1998, American author)

I am patient with stupidity but not with those who are proud of it - Dame Edith Louisa Sitwell

You can learn
many things
from children.
How much patience
you have,
for instance.

Franklin P. Jones

(1908 – 1980, American journalist)

You must first
have a lot of patience
to learn to have patience.

Stanislaw Jerzy Lec

(1909 – 1966, Polish poet and aphorist)

He who rides
the sea of the Nile
must have sails
woven of patience.

Sir William Gerald Golding

(1911 – 1993, English novelist, playwright, and poet)

Fortune knocks but once,
but misfortune
has much more patience.

Laurence Johnston Peter

(1919 – 1990, Canadian educator and “hierarchaeologist”)

With love and patience,
nothing is impossible.

Daisaku Ikeda

(*1928, Japanese Buddhist philosopher,
educator, author, and anti-nuclear activist)

Patience has its limits.
Take it too far,
and it’s cowardice.

George Jackson

(1941 – 1971, American activist)

Patience is not simply
the ability to wait.
It’s how we behave
while we’re waiting.

Joyce Meyer

(*1943, American Christian author and speaker)

Patience is the ability
to idle your motor
when you feel
like stripping your gears.

Barbara Johnson

(1947 – 2009, American literary critic and translator)

Patience is the art
of concealing
your impatience.

Guy Kawasaki

(*1954, Silicon Valley marketing executive)

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