Does your gesture show Impatience ?
Impatience is the lack of patience expressed by restlessness and intolerance of delays or anxiety and eagerness, especially to begin something.
Examples of impatience can be seen in common social situations, such as:
- Traffic – for example a car at a stoplight honking at the car in front of it immediately after the light has turned green, or honking during a traffic jam which is unlikely to unclog the road. Impatience may be a contributing factor to road rage.
- Complaints or rude behaviour while waiting for food at a restaurant.
- Anger at waiting on hold for telephone service and support.
Are you Patient or Impatient ?
Whereas, Patience (or forbearance) is the ability to endure difficult circumstances such as perseverance in the face of delay; tolerance of provocation without responding in annoyance | anger; or forbearance when under strain, especially when faced with longer-term difficulties.
In Buddhism, patience refers to not returning harm, rather than merely enduring a difficult situation. It is the ability to control one’s emotions even when being criticised or attacked.
In Hindu Philosophy, it is the capacity to wait, endure opposites – such as pain and pleasure, cold and heat, sorrows and joys – calmly, without anxiety, and without a desire to seek revenge.
How to manage Impatience?
Find out the cause for loosing patience !!!
Try anger and anxiety management techniques, meditation and remedy of flowers such as Natural Bach Flower Remedies.
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