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Patience is power (wl)

Impatient
- annoyed by somebody/something, especially because you have to wait for a long time
Temper
- if somebody has a temper, they become angry very easily
Reward
- a thing that you are given because you have done something good, worked hard, etc.
Toleration
- the fact of being willing to allow something that you do not like or agree with to happen or continue
Compassion
- a strong feeling of sympathy for people or animals who are suffering and a desire to help them
Struggle
- to try very hard to do something when it is difficult or when there are a lot of problems
Achieve
- to succeed in reaching a particular goal, status or standard, especially by making an effort for a long time
Goal
- something that you hope to achieve
Accelerate
- to happen faster or earlier; to make something happen faster or earlier
Put up with
- to accept somebody/something that is annoying, unpleasant, etc. without complaining
Long-term
- over a long period of time
Short-term
- lasting a short time; designed only for a short period of time in the future





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Temper
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Reward
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Toleration
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Compassion
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Struggle
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Achieve
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Goal
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Accelerate
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Put up with
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Long-term
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Short-term
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