Waiting on HaShem

It seems as though we are hit with a whole bundle of “waiting moments” in our early adulthood.

There is nothing I dislike more than waiting. It’s perhaps my least favorite activity in life, and the word “patience” makes me cringe. As a child, my mom would constantly remind me: “You’ve got to learn to be …

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There is nothing I dislike more than waiting. It’s perhaps my least favorite activity in life, and the word “patience” makes me cringe. As a child, my mom would constantly remind me: “You’ve got to learn to be …

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