Once I went fishing and was really in a hurry to catch something big fast. Well, I got out the biggest lure I had and hurried to try and fish every bit of shoreline on the lake before I had to leave. I was so impatient that I lost my favorite lure in some weeds and also lost a fish that I might have been able to catch. I ended the day without a single fish, all because I wasn't patient enough to take my time and do things right. When I have a history assignment for school, I usually rush through it so I can do something else. Occasionally I take my time on an assignment and the extra patience and work I put into it really makes it look good. When the assignment turns out nice, I feel really good and the extra patience in it is extremely noticeable when I get it back with a good grade. People today live in a state of constant impatience.
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