A Man who can wait, for it marks a great heart endowed with patience, never to be in undue haste, or excited. Be first the master of yourself, and you will thereafter be the master of others; one must journey far through time to get the core of anything. A prudent waiting brings the season to accomplishment and ripeness to what is hidden. God himself does not tame with a whip, but with time: a great truth this is: “Time, and I ‘gainst any two”. Even the mistress of fortune crowns patience with the heaviest of richest and POWER.