What Does the Phrase Patience Is a Virtue Mean?


The phrase 'patience is a virtue' simply means that the ability to wait for something or someone without being angry or upset is a good and valuable quality. This phrase has been traced back to William Langland in the year 1377 and it is also associated with the Latin saying 'patience is the greatest virtue.'
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