Proverb – Patience is a virtue.
Meaning – Being patient or being able to wait for someone without getting angry or annoyed is a good quality to have. It is better to remain calm and patient in all situations. The ability to wait calmly and persistently in the face of difficulty or adversity is a commendable trait. It implies that those who can control their emotions and remain composed during trying times are more likely to succeed in the long run.
A virtue is a quality considered desirable or morally good in a person.
An alternative proverb with the same meaning is good things come to those who wait.
- “Remember, patience is a virtue when it comes to mastering a new skill. Don’t get discouraged if you don’t get it right away.”
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What is a proverb?
A proverb is short, useful and well known expression. A proverb will state a general or obvious truth or a useful piece of advice. A proverb might teach you how to have a good life. A proverb may teach you to be healthy or kind.
- Is there a similar proverb in your culture?
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