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Natasha Guide shop-confidence-coaching PATIENCE The difference between Patience is related to people and events where you're sure you're right, but you are self-forced to retreat, "in the name of peace", “may it be peace”. Humility is an attitude wher you know you're right, but also the other is right. Or, sometimes, you're wrong and the other is right. Then you do not tolerate others, then you tolerate yourself. When defending your own rightness, you usually miss in your perspective that things are never THIS OR THAT. Things always go hand in hand as THIS AND THAT. This is true and that is true. Because the ultimate truth is that all truths are true. And, therefore, your own rightness sticks up above the others rightness nowhere but in your own head. In reality all righteousness are equal. The idea to project your rightness at any cost creates waves and crests in reality, creates negative charges, which then go back to you and cause turbulence. Techniques for clearing the turbulence may be different, it is important to remember that no one is more right than the other and to allow all existing to experience and to live their own righteousness just as we do. For every person if pressed to be not right will resist fiercely or passively, but will resist for sure. Patience is similar to pressing with increasing force water polo into the water, the nature of the ball is to float above and as much furiously we press the ball down, as much it will try to jump up back. To be humble means to be aware and give the ball its right to swim over the water because this is its nature, and enjoying the sun next to it, because it's your right to do so, and the ball rights do not concern or hinder you. https://www.lifecoachhub.com/img/
PATIENCE The difference between Patience is related to people and events where you're sure you're right, but you are self-forced to retreat, "in the name of peace", “may it be peace”. Humility is an attitude wher you know you're right, but also the other is right. Or, sometimes, you're wrong and the other is right. Then you do not tolerate others, then you tolerate yourself. When defending your own rightness, you usually miss in your perspective that things are never THIS OR THAT. Things always go hand in hand as THIS AND THAT. This is true and that is true. Because the ultimate truth is that all truths are true. And, therefore, your own rightness sticks up above the others rightness nowhere but in your own head. In reality all righteousness are equal. The idea to project your rightness at any cost creates waves and crests in reality, creates negative charges, which then go back to you and cause turbulence. Techniques for clearing the turbulence may be different, it is important to remember that no one is more right than the other and to allow all existing to experience and to live their own righteousness just as we do. For every person if pressed to be not right will resist fiercely or passively, but will resist for sure. Patience is similar to pressing with increasing force water polo into the water, the nature of the ball is to float above and as much furiously we press the ball down, as much it will try to jump up back. To be humble means to be aware and give the ball its right to swim over the water because this is its nature, and enjoying the sun next to it, because it's your right to do so, and the ball rights do not concern or hinder you. https://www.lifecoachhub.com/img/

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Patience is related to people and events where you're sure you're right, but you are self-forced to retreat, "in the name of peace", “may it be peace”.
Humility is an attitude wher you know you're right, but also the other is right. Or, sometimes, you're wrong and the other is right. Then you do not tolerate others, then you tolerate yourself.
When defending your own rightness, you usually miss in your perspective that things are never THIS OR THAT. Things always go hand  in hand as THIS AND THAT. This is true and that is true. Because the ultimate truth is that all truths are true. And, therefore, your own rightness sticks up above the others rightness nowhere but in your own head. In reality all righteousness are equal. The idea to project your rightness at any cost creates waves and crests in reality, creates negative charges, which then go back to you and cause turbulence.
Techniques for clearing the turbulence may be different, it is important to remember that no one is more right than the other and to allow all existing to experience and to live their own righteousness just as we do. For every person if pressed to be not right will resist fiercely or passively, but will resist for sure.
Patience is similar to pressing with increasing force water polo into the water, the nature of the ball is to float above and as much furiously we press the ball down, as much it will try to jump up back.
To be humble means to be aware and give the ball its right to swim over the water because this is its nature, and enjoying the sun next to it, because it's your right to do so, and the ball rights do not concern or hinder you.
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Confidence coaching, Relationship coaching, Stress management coaching, Life coaching

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PATIENCE, HUMILITY, rightness, difference

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