“I really believe that if you want to create something wonderful in your life, if you truly want to make a big change you’ve got to learn to tolerate the ‘in-between’ time.  That’s the period when we let go of who we know ourselves to be in order to allow for the possibility of who we might become.” ~ Katherine Woodward Thomas

Melissa’s Words of Wisdom

It can be difficult to be patient at times, can’t it.  You may decide you are ready to change and grow into a better version of yourself and then you want the results to be here yesterday!  It can seem like an eternity before you see the physical results you are desiring.  This “in-between” time as Kathrine calls it, is the most critical time! It’s the time you are letting go of the old and preparing to welcome the new.  It’s such a beautiful part of the process, however, most of us want nothing to do with it and we want the instant gratification of the results ASAP!  I invite you to savor every moment of your journey and enjoy the ride.  There’s so much in store for you if you are patient and persistent through each phase of your becoming!  Remember, nothing happens until you decide to take action!  Leave a comment below about how you can savor the “in-between” time of your journey.   Happy “In-Between” Time!

Get out your agenda/journal for today because

It’s time to A.C.T!

The A stands for ACTION.  What inspired action will you take today?
The C stands for CHANGE.  What purposeful change will you make today?
The T stands for TEACH.  What can you teach someone else today?

Write it out. Commit to it!  Take inspired action, make purposeful changes, and teach what you have come to know with someone else who could benefit from your wisdom!!  Nothing happens until you take ACTION!

It’s time to SHARE!

Please share with us what A.C.T.s you took today as well as hear from other readers?  I encourage you to leave your experiences/testimonials, comments, and additional thoughts below.

3 commets “Patience: The “In-Between” Time

  1. Stephan (Edit)

    Thanks for sharing this great quote, Melissa. I love the last part, “…we let go of who we know ourselves to be in order to allow for the possibility of who we might become.” It’s that letting go part that is so difficult, I think. We have to keep in mind that we’re letting go to grab hold of something better.
    I’m looking forward to this week’s theme. I joke that I once asked God to teach me patience and have regretted it ever since. 🙂 Be blessed, my friend.

    1. Melissa Malueg Author (Edit)

      Great comment Stephen! Per your comments, patience reminds me of the Law of Sacrifice… the giving up something of a lesser value for the attainment of a greater value. … Careful what you wish for! Ask and you shall receive. LOL 🙂

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