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  • Kate's Quilting (& other fibre arts) Blog: Impatience is a virtue for some skip to main | skip to sidebar

    Impatience is a virtue for some

  • Impatience is a sin that has its ill cause within ourselves, and that is musing, and its ill effects upon ourselves, and that is no less than burning.

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume III (Job to Song of Solomon)

  • Something in the sentimentality or even the piety of her name had always seemed to her ridiculous; they both used to have their fun at its expense; for some years he called her Impatience, degenerating into Imp if he felt like it.

    Comrades

  • "Impatience" had nothing to do with it, unless by that you mean, "impatience" to do what I want to do, regardless of any mitigating factors, including but not limited to a concern for the loss of human life -- ours, Iraqi, whoever.

    Ellis Weiner: What Joe Klein Should Have Said Bush Should Have Said

  • During 'Impatience', two 'tambourinists' were from the crowd were invited onstage, one by Murray, the other by Cain, to provide additional percussion.

    DIY Feed

  • "Impatience," he said, "is a common failing in the young.

    Reach For Tomorrow

  • "Impatience," he said, "is a common failing in the young.

    Reach for Tomorrow

  • Impatience had moved back to the White House with Dwight Eisenhower.

    Eisenhower 1956

  • Impatience had moved back to the White House with Dwight Eisenhower.

    Eisenhower 1956

  • Impatience takes a heavy toll, on my body, too, manifesting in the form of headaches or belly aches, fatigue, and general physical discomfort.

    Peter Clothier: Review: Patience

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