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...lder in that we have to learn patience, enduring to the end, and long suffering. These I feel will teach us many aspects of patience just in the inviting children into our family in the Pre-existence. It makes me wonder if we had patience in the pre existence. Because it is something that we struggle with and want to correct it when we can and everyone has problems with it. Just like time we have never had it until we are on earth and now we have clocks everywhere to know the time because it is so foreign to us we don’t have a natural instinct on it.
I feel I have learned many things that I can work on for my life and I know that it will take a lifetime to learn. This I will have to have patience in my life, in learning patience. I feel that my goal will be fulfilled sometime in the future but not right now and it is okay to always work towards having patience.
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