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The other day, I had a hard time cleaning a pan with remains of noodles in it. The noodles had dried up, I tried hard for some time, then poured some water in the pan and kept it aside.
The water helped the dried up remains get loosen up, and the pan got cleaned easily.
While pouring water in the pan, it occurred to me that life is no different.
Whenever there’s something remaining back, which we don’t like, we immediately try to clean that up. And guess what, we almost, always, face a hard time, because things have dried up.
It need not be like that, at least not every time.
You can make the process easy and much more effective. All you need to do is pour some water (patience)
Most of the times, patience is what you need to clean the mess.
You see, patience is not at all necessary. It is just an option, but certainly a better one.
When things are going wrong, stop trying hard. It will only make things worse.
Bring in some patience instead, and who knows, you might amaze yourself.
About the Author: Avdhessh Arya, is a personal development coach for youth and voice actor, who helps young people break walls of self-imposed limitations and become confident individuals. He is also the founder and owner of avdhessharya.com, a website portal with focus on dealing with lack of self-confidence, negativity, self-doubt, lack of focus and more. Visit http://avdhessharya.com to read more such insightful articles.