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Good things come to those who wait is an English phrase extolling the virtue of patience. The related phrase "all things come to those who wait" was used by Violet Fane in 1892. It has been used as the basis for several pieces of popular culture: "Good things come to those who wait", a 1984 song by the Freestylist Nayobe ...

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Nov 17, 2015 ... “People always say 'Good things come to those who wait'.” I roll my eyes around the times I've heard that and the times I've had to hold back my verbal response of ughhhh. People don't believe in magic. In the tooth fairy. In Scientology. I do not believe in that quote. “But that's not even the full quote,” he ...

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Dec 11, 2016 ... Violet Fane — 'All good things comes to those who wait.'

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Tree, Me, Down. Whatever you are, be a good one. - Abraham Lincoln Whatever you are, be a good one. Abraham Lincoln · Good, You, Whatever. No man has a good enough memory to be a successful liar. - Abraham Lincoln No man has a good enough memory to be a successful liar. Abraham Lincoln · Funny, Good, Man.

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Amerikarma: Good Things Come to Those Who Can't Wait [Sarah Ivens] on Amazon.com. ... Browse our editors' picks for the best books of the year in fiction, nonfiction, mysteries, children's books, and much more. ... A born and bred Londoner, who now lives in Los Angeles, she is a bestselling author in her native UK.

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English[edit]. Proverb[edit]. good things come to those who wait. A patient seeker will be satisfied in due time; patience is a virtue. Synonyms[edit]. all things come to those who wait · all things in time · a penny saved is a penny earned · April showers bring May flowers · a watched pot never boils · good things are worth ...

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What's the origin of the phrase 'All things come to he who waits'?. Used, but probably not originated, by Violet Fane (1843-1905) in her poem Tout vient ß qui sait attendre. 'Ah, all things come to those who wait,' (I say these words to make me glad), But something answers soft and sad, 'They come, but often come too late.'.

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Illinois Wesleyan University. From the SelectedWorks of The Intellectual Standard . October 2011. Faulty Phrases: "Good Things Come To Those. Who Wait". Contact. Author. Start Your Own. SelectedWorks. Notify Me of New Work. crtED Wo. Available at: http://works.bepress.com/theintellectualstandard/16. & 1P.

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Apr 11, 2014 ... FOR CONTRIBUTORS. For Authors. ABOUT THIS BOOK. Table of Contents · Author Biography. 8. Do Good Things Come to Those Who Wait?: Patience ... Keywords: patience;; positive psychology;; virtue;; character;; moral development; ; positive interventions;; waiting;; well-being;; strengths building ...