Change Starting With Self is Worthy of Applause

The full quote states "Change is inevitable, but change starting with self is worthy of applause," - K. Simpson


Why is it so difficult to change self? Appearance is one thing, yet not the same as the inner self, hidden, but in serious need of attention and discipline. We all have issues. Pride leads the way for the most part. Attitude along with being quick to judge others, while exempting self with same or similar matters is common place. Some hide it well. Others not so good.


When it comes to patience, there are times I'm as cool and smooth as water off a ducks back. The next, especially when it comes to the absence of logic & common sense, my patience runs very thin.


Is there a right and wrong in being impatient?

Webster's 1828 dictionary defines PATIENCE as follows:

PATIENCE, noun pa'shens. [Latin patientia, from patior, to suffer.]

1. The suffering of afflictions, pain, toil, calamity, provocation or other evil, with a calm, unruffled temper; endurance without murmuring or fretfulness. patience may spring from constitutional fortitude, from a kind of heroic pride, or from Christian submission to the divine will.

2. A calm temper which bears evils without murmuring or discontent.

3. The act or quality of waiting long for justice or expected good without discontent.

Have patience with me, and I will pay thee all. Matthew 18:26.

4. Perseverance; constancy in labor or exertion.

He learnt with patience and with meekness taught.

5. The quality of bearing offenses and injuries without anger or revenge.

His rage was kindled and his patience gone.

6. Sufferance; permission. [Not used.]

7. A plant, a species of rumex of dock.


Webster's dictionary today defines PATIENCE as follows:

PATIENCE, ˈpā-shən(t)s


1 :the capacity, habit, or fact of being patient 2 chiefly British : SOLITAIRE sense 2 (leaving this link seeing no connection)


In comparing definitions, it's fair to say the latter is slightly watered down - like society as a whole - not for its betterment, but for its lack, or perhaps deliberate intention to encourage a lack of initiative. In other words what's the point? Does that sound familiar today? Is there an obvious lack of patience and initiative?


For example, if we are impatient or have a lack of initiative, is this not a good place to begin self-change; at the least, an attempt to become better? Good for outward appearance when socializing, yes, but more so, for self gratification?



So, getting back to the question - "Is there a right and wrong in being impatient?" - and what does it all have to do with the post title, 'Change Starting With Self is Worthy of Applause,' we could say that both the question and post title are a challenge for achievement by anyone because of the times we are facing - with the disappearance of logic and common sense alone, as noted above, too often driving self to serious impatience.


I'm not excusing my behavior for lack of patience, or anyone else's, but I am defending WE THE PEOPLE for the absence of many things needed that have disappeared, and soon to be proven, the result of deliberate and well planned, nazi, communist, marxist, totalitarian, take-over-the-world brainwashing, direct from the pit of hell - not to be taken lightly!


In addition, the same demonic animals, have also brought about the lack of accountability and responsibility of leadership found in all sectors of life and business, bringing the world to its knees, a global lockdown, disguised behind a fake pandemic, a proven PlanDemic, distracting from bigger and darker secrets, teaching our children of satanism and perversion, including pedophilia, transgenderism with puberty blocking injections without parental consent, human trafficking, and child sacrifice (Pope/Vatican/Queen E), to name a few.


From research, connecting with accountable sources, fighting against this lunacy from behind the scenes since 2016, and although the resolve hasn't come as swiftly as originally anticipated, it is fair to say that we may be months away from what I will call a new season, a time never before experienced, if you can imagine, here on earth as we have come to know it, the lie it has been, soon to be exposed.

As mystical or outlandish as this may sound, the global populous is about to receive a rude awakening - information that will shock you to the core of your very being. With that said, I'm also believing, as a result, after people have come to grips with said shock, the post title will be anxiously received and embraced, because of the sense of freedom and prosperity that will give us all new meaning moving forward.


PS: Here's to the fulfillment, sooner than later, of one of my favorite scriptures from Matthew 5:6 that reads: "God blesses those who hunger and thirst for justice, for they will be satisfied."


PPS: If curious about this inerrant and infallible text in which I so often boast about, have a glance through my first book HERE - and an awesome finish to your week!