Have patience with all things, but chiefly have patience with yourself. Do not lose courage in considering your own imperfections, but instantly set about remedying them -- every day begin the task anew -
Quote by St Francis De Sales
Have patience with all things, but chiefly have patience with yourself.
We shall steer safely through every storm, so long as our heart is right, our...
Do not lose courage in considering your own imperfections.
Do not wish to be anything except what you are.
Reputation is rarely proportioned to virtue.
God is another name for human intelligence raised above all error and imperfection, and extended...
Even imperfection itself may have its ideal or perfect state.
You will not dishonor the divine perfections by judgments unworthy of them, provided you never...
Imperfections are important. Just as mistakes are. You only get to be good by learning...
Don't judge me based on my accomplishments but rather my failures. You'd be surprised how...
I suspect the secret of personal attraction is locked up in our unique imperfections, flaws...
The fact of storytelling hints at a fundamental human unease, hints at human imperfection. Where...
We all have our imperfections. But I'm human and you know, it's important to concentrate...
Persuade thyself that imperfection and inconvenience are the natural lot of mortals, and there will...
I make mistakes, I know I'm not perfect. That's why I'm thankful for the true...
Both our senses and our passions are a supply to the imperfection of our nature;...
Christ bears with the saints' imperfections; well may the saints one with another.
Imperfection clings to a person, and if they wait till they are brushed off entirely,...
They say 'practice makes perfect.' Of course, it doesn't. For the vast majority of golfers...
Imperfection is an end. Perfection is only an aim.
When we put down ideas of what life should be like, we are free to...
Patience is something you admire in the driver behind you, but not in one ahead.
Even after a bad harvest there must be sowing.
Be content to seem what you really are