In Use Your Patience, little Davey has no interest in listening to admonitions to be patient, to wait patiently, or to show patience. Others around him find his behavior selfish and annoying; he even goes to a special event wearing some of his clothing backwards because he won't tolerate his mother's helping him get dressed. Surprisingly, it is a flock of turkeys that teaches Davey the benefit of patient conduct. Nurturing the life principle of patience allows students to deal calmly with circumstances which don't go as smoothly or as quickly as they wish. It helps them to behave with consideration and courtesy through displeasing experiences with others, and it is especially valuable in creating a frame of mind which recognizes that ongoing effort may be required to achieve a goal. Students, as well as parents and teachers, will do well to "use their patience."
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