Today I am making a guest appearance at Jon Stolpe Stretched, where in “Ringing Up Patience at Register Six,” I have written about how life is not a road race.
When we slow down, we have time to think, and to build our patience muscle. As you’ll see when you read it, my patience muscle got a workout the last time I went to Wal-Mart.
I suspect a lot of us are taxing our patience muscle in the check-out line this time of year.
I write about the importance of living life on the tenets of being Honest, Open and True.
“Ringing Up Patience at Register Six,” clearly falls into the category of being honest with myself.
Jon Stolpe writes of feeling stretched by all the obligations of life. His blog is his place to examine and share his stretch marks. When I’m feeling stretched, I take some time to exercise my patience muscle.
Mosey on over, and take your time reading the post. No need to feel rushed. Then hang around a bit and share your reaction and your own experience.
I’ll be writing more about being Honest in an upcoming blog post. Here’s a sneak peak, the right to be Honest with myself and others is my Sixth Amendment.
Life Is Honest, Open and True
Does your patience muscle need toning? How do you keep it exercised? What do you do when you’re feeling stretched by life?
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