Have a realistic view of life. First of all, in real life, things do not always happen as fast as we wish. Accept the fact that time moves at the speed of time and not at the speed of your expectations. That is patience. Second, remember that you cannot always control your circumstances. Wise King Solomon wrote: The fastest runner dose not always win the race; The strongest army dose not always win the battle; the wisest man dose not always get the food he earns; the smartest man dose not always get the wealth; and an educated person dose not always get the praise he deserves. When the time comes, bad things happen to everyone, a person never knows what will happen to him next.(Ecclesiastes 9:11-12).But if you love the Lord and trust in him he will turn bad things into good things for them that love him. Instead of losing your patience over circumstances that are beyond your control, try to identify things that you can control. Rather than getting angry over a delayed bus or a delayed train, try to fine another way to your destination. Even walking might be better than giving in to impatience and anger. If waiting is the only option, use the time to do something productive, Such as doing some meaningful reading or writing down your plans for future activities. The reality of life is that it dose little to worry over things that you cannot control. The Bible aptly says: None of you can add any time to your life by worrying about it.(Luke 12:25) God bless checkout my next blog.