When one considers another person’s time above their own it is often appreciated and honored. The idea of patience being a biproduct characteristic of love is very real. Love and hurry don’t mix much like oil and water. We see impatience people as being rude, immature, and unprofessional. When one offers compassion, empathy as well as a listening ear to understand someone else’s pain; this is considered right. The morality of time being slow reflects eternal life, plus, everlasting, and unconditional love. Although the world promotes immediate gratification, everything come quickly, let’s rush through the preliminary; not wait… the true discipline of patience illustrates the real characteristics in love. Think when you’re being impatience with your spouse, children, family members, loved ones, neighbors does it come across loving towards them? Do you come across as being a loving person when you resent being in grocery lines, frustrated in street traffic, uneasy in the doctor office. Although the problem causing one to wait may not be their fault or unfair; the ability to overlook the offense shows spiritual maturity. There is no time for rushing through the eternal lifetime of peace.