We must be patient in this life, because sooner or later the time comes for everything we expect and do not expect.
Everything happens sooner or later.
Everything happens and everything ends
as the day waits for the night.
Everything goes and everything comes back;
we just need to learn to wait.
© Author: Shoshan
SOONER OR LATER EVERYTHING COMES
Everything happens and everything has an end. Sooner or later everything comes to an end.
AS THE DAY WAITS FOR THE NIGHT, EVERYTHING ENDS UP COMING.
Of course, there is always a night after the day. You are always awaken after a sleep. Everything has its right moment and patience is needed as sooner or later, everything comes.
In my life, most of the good things came to me because I was patient and waited for them to happen on their own time.
EVERYTHING HAPPENS AND EVERYTHING HAS AN END
Sometimes, we get so caught up in our own lives that we don't realize how much time has gone by. It's easy to think you'll always be this way, and that everything will stay the same forever. But sooner or later everything comes to an end.
You need to understand that things are going to change one day, whether you like it or not. You have to be patient and let things happen at their own pace; otherwise, nothing will ever change at all!
EVERYTHING LEAVES AND EVERYTHING RETURNS
You can't hold on to anything. Everything has a life cycle, and everything is temporary. Every time you get attached to something, you're setting yourself up for pain when it ultimately leaves or changes. This includes people, places, or things.
Nothing lasts forever. Even the most beautiful moments will eventually come to an end—and that's okay! The key is being grateful for what comes into your life while it's here and not holding onto it too tightly so that when it does leave (and it will), you'll be ready for new opportunities instead of bitter about what was lost.
SOONER OR LATER EVERYTHING COMES TO AN END.
Life is a journey, and sooner or later everything comes to an end. Whether it’s a relationship, a job opportunity or even the joy of eating chocolate, there are some things that can only last for so long and then they fade away into nothingness.
Our bodies are designed to live for about 100 years; but as with all things on earth, our time here is limited. We need to learn how to wait: there is always another day coming up ahead that will bring new opportunities and challenges for us to face. This means letting go of the past and embracing change because everything happens and everything has an end – this includes everything else in the universe too!
WE JUST NEED TO LEARN HOW TO WAIT.
Waiting is not easy. I know, I know: how could waiting be difficult? You just sit there and nothing happens. But that's exactly the problem—nothing happens! It's so boring to wait. And even if you're waiting for something good, there are so many other things you could be doing instead of just sitting there passively staring at your phone or watching the clock tick by on a wall somewhere for hours or even days, weeks...years (eek!). So why does it feel like everything takes forever when we have control over our own time?
The answer is simple: we don't have control over our own time! We do have some say in how we spend our days, but ultimately time exists outside of us; it will always move forward at its own pace no matter what else may be going on inside us or around us. And this can be very disconcerting because as humans we've evolved over millennia to think quickly and act decisively—that's how we survived back when life was more dangerous than it is today! It makes sense then that these instincts would cause stress when they meet up against an immovable object like eternity (or "eternity".
YOU NEED TO BE PATIENT, SOONER OR LATER EVERYTHING COMES.
You need to be patient, sooner or later everything comes. You just have to wait for it and don't let anything stop you from working hard towards your goals. It's simple: you will reach them if you persevere in the long run!
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