Patience in a Military Style School
The dictionary explains that patience means “the capacity to accept or tolerate delay, problems, or suffering without becoming annoyed or anxious.”
Campbell (2015) writes in the magazine Entrepreneur that “We’re told from a very early age that patience is a virtue. However, very few of us are ever really shown or taught how to be patient. Patience is not something we have; it is something we consciously do. Patience is like any other hard-earned discipline: The more we practice it, the more patient we become…To be successful, we need patience when it comes to employee relations, business negotiations and communications, as well as achievement of the strategic goals we’ve set. Further, we have to remain calm amid the big and small twists and turns that come with life. It is only through being patient that we can truly learn from the curveballs which get thrown in our path.” [Read more on https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/250211].
At Milites Dei Academy, students learn tactical patience which basically means to act at the right moment. If you do not practice tactical patience, a criminal might elude you or you might hurt yourself or get injured. Furthermore it means that you must critically sum up a situation first before acting. This also links with decision-making, thus patiently first analysing what any action will result in before blindly going or taking action into that decision.
To summarise, be tolerant, take some time to think, and do not impatiently just go ahead into something that might result in a serious mistake.
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