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  • According to Collins Dictionary, patience is defined as the ability to remain calm and not become annoyed when waiting for a long time or when dealing with problems or difficult people.
  • According to Merriam-Webster Dictionary, patience is the capacity, habit, or fact of being patient.
  • According to the Oxford English Dictionary, patience is the capacity for enduring hardship, pain, or annoyance without complaint, and for remaining calm and unruffled in the face of adversity, provocation, or misfortune. It is also the quality of being able to wait calmly for something that is desired.
  • source (Collins Dictionary; Merriam-Webster Dictionary; Oxford English Dictionary)



Patience is a powerful force of inner peace and tranquility that allows us to persevere through difficult times, to remain calm in the face of adversity, and to trust in the journey of life. It is the ability to understand that everything happens for a reason, and that the path to success is often paved with obstacles and delays. It is the courage to keep moving forward, even when the road ahead seems uncertain, and the wisdom to recognize that true growth and achievement come from embracing the challenges we face. With patience, we can overcome any obstacle, achieve our goals, and find true fulfillment in life.

South Africa, a nation known for its potential and possibilities, taught the world an invaluable lesson in patience through the painful era of apartheid 

Nelson Mandela is widely considered as one of the most patient and remarkable figures in history, his resilience and perseverance is possibly the greatest examples of patience the world has ever witnessed.

Nelson Mandela spent 27 years in prison, facing unimaginable hardship and suffering, yet he never lost hope or gave up on his quest for freedom and equality. Despite the years of confinement, he’s spirit could not be broken, and he always remained steadfast in his belief that one day he and South Africa, would be free.

Mandela’s patience was truly remarkable. He understood that true change takes time and that it cannot be rushed. He knew that the struggle for freedom and equality would be a long and difficult one, and that there would be many setbacks along the way. Yet he never wavered in his determination to see it through to the end.

Despite being subjected to brutal conditions and facing constant discrimination, he never wavered in his commitment to nonviolence and peaceful resistance.

Even after his release from prison in 1990, Mandela continued to display remarkable patience and restraint. He worked tirelessly to unite the diverse communities in South Africa and promote reconciliation and forgiveness. He was instrumental in negotiating the end of apartheid and the establishment of a democratic government, and he did so without resorting to violence or revenge.

Through his unwavering patience and determination, Mandela was able to achieve the impossible,  and he became the country’s first black president. He inspired millions of people around the world with his message of hope and reconciliation, and his legacy continues to inspire us today.

Nelson Mandela’s patience is a reminder to us all that anything is possible if we are willing to be patient and persistent in the pursuit of our goals. It is a reminder that even in the darkest of times, there is always hope. 







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