''Work and wait'', ''work and wait'' is what God says to us in creation.
A mule will labor ten years willingly and patiently for you, for the privilege of kicking you once.
A patient man is one who can put up with himself.
A patient mind is the best remedy for trouble.
Acquire a firm will and the utmost patience.
Adopt the pace of nature; her secret is patience.
All human errors are impatience, a premature breaking off of methodical procedure, an apparent fencing-in of what is apparently at issue.
All things come round to him who will but wait.
All things come to him who waits — provided he knows what he is waiting for.
An ounce of patience is worth a pound of brains.
Be patient. The path of self-discipline that leads to God-realization is not an easy path: obstacles and sufferings are on the path; the latter you must bear, and the former overcome — all by His help. His help comes only through concentration. Repetition of God's name helps concentration.
Beware the fury of a patient man.
Consider the hour-glass; there is nothing to be accomplished by rattling or shaking; you have to wait patiently until the sand, grain by grain, has run from one funnel into the other.
Dios tarda pero no olvida — God delays but doesn't forget.
Every man must patiently bide his time. He must wait — not in listless idleness but in constant, steady, cheerful endeavors, always willing and fulfilling and accomplishing his task, that when the occasion comes he may be equal to the occasion.
Everything comes to him who hustles while he waits.
Experience has taught me this, that we undo ourselves by impatience. Misfortunes have their life and their limits, their sickness and their health.
Have patience with all things, but chiefly have patience with yourself. Do not lose courage in considering your own imperfections, but instantly set about remedying them — every day begin the task anew –
Have patience. All things are difficult before they become easy.
He that can have patience can have what he will.