Patience as a Virtue Missing in Younger Generation

In the song “Patience” from the hit film Dreamgirls, Keith Robinson, Eddie Murphy and Anika Noni Rose sing: “I know you have questions, identical ones as me. How long has it been? How lengthy will it be?

“When will come the morning to drive the evening away? When will come the morning of a brighter day?”

The lyrics of the song preached patience as virtue, regardless of the hardships and obstacles that plague us on a every day basis. Older generations knew that the finer issues in life and time requires patience, but younger generations have forgotten these lessons and a lot of think that success and stardom comes rapidly and very easily.

As playwright Tyler Perry states in his new stage production “Madea’s Large Pleased Household,” as well a lot of men and women from the younger generations view the bling bling materialistic culture in hip-hop music and think that fame and fortune will be handed to them with no sacrificing their blood, sweat and tears. And regrettably, patience as virtue is noticed as an unattractive quality.

For anyone who has worked in the teaching profession over the past decade can attest, we as an entire nation are living in the “hand out” generation. Schools, from elementary to college are inundated with students who anticipate a handout in the classroom even if they did not earn the grade.

Several of these same students will speak of their lofty aspirations without having realizing the function it takes to attain greatness in life. The media bombards us with monetary success stories and celebrity and numerous believe that accurate accomplishment comes naturally without having challenging operate.

Celebrities like Perry and Steve Harvey overcame extreme difficulties on their journey to the leading, but sadly some only see the end result and not the approach that got them there.

Perry was as soon as homeless and sleeping in a automobile just before he got his large breakthrough on the urban theater circuit. Harvey grew up in the housing projects of Cleveland and did not own a vehicle in his name till he was nicely into his thirties.

The road to success for a lot of celebrities, athletes and entrepreneurs began on a dirt road and took years for them to reach a street paved in gold.

The old people would say that something you get simply, you can lose very easily or every thing that glitters is not gold. Patience as virtue will support anyone on their road by means of adversity to their ultimate accomplishments, but whatever one’s predicament is it will not be straightforward.

For some it is not the need for fame and fortune they are browsing for, but the strength to persevere through life’s tribulation. Nevertheless, patience as a virtue applies to their situation as effectively. No matter how a lot of curveballs life throws your way, continuing the fight will often make you a winner.

As the song states, “There is a river to cross and a mountain to climb, patience, patience, it’s gonna take some time.

“We must walk in peace it really is the only way if we want to see the morning of a brighter day.”
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