Patience is a virtue.. that I do not possess.
For as long as I can remember I’ve always looked forward to the next thing that was going to happen. I never stopped, took a breath and just enjoyed the moment. I’ve always lived eager to learn about my future.
When it was time to choose a high school in Italy, I was already day dreaming of my college years and when I moved to Canada to study I was already looking forward to starting my career.
Stressful much? I would say so! then there’s my sister, the complete opposite of me. Sometimes I envy her being so calm and collected.
Patience is a virtue
I’ve been told so many times not to stress. In the end for me it’s not about getting to the point of feeling successful, it’s about the feeling of having something to look forward to.
There must be something bigger and better behind that closed door and I need to know what it is before it happens.
That’s probably another reason why I love my job so much!
I get to know what my whole month schedule will be like before the month even begins and I can start planning other meetings and events in between.
For a while I was so confused and overwhelmed by my new lifestyle in Vancouver that I put my creative platform to the side. I felt guilty and uninterested in writing for a long time.
Recently I realized that I was missing something since moving back into the big city and when I understood that writing was what I was lacking, I went back to it and I haven’t been able to stop since.
Patience is a virtue and although it isn’t innate in me I am trying to acquire it slowly as I get older.