How will my life improve if I begin to practice tolerance?

Hillary Clinton is a great example of what tolerance can do for you. When her husband was caught cheating on her in the Oval Office – out of all places – she did not file for a divorce or start a major personal or political scandal. Instead, she chose to tolerate the whole affair despite how much pain it caused her on a personal level. Ironically, today’s younger generation don’t even remember who Bill Clinton was. Hillary Clinton, however, is still one of the most prominent and influential people in the world. She is the only woman in the history of the world who achieved so much after her husband’s presidency and even became part of the president’s cabinet 8 years later after serving as the first lady. She is a brilliant example of what tolerance and humility can do for you.

Tolerance covers every area of your life and is one of the most important qualities that make you human. By practicing tolerance you can strengthen your relationships with friends and family as well as supercharge your lifework. Tolerance will earn you respect of every person you come across and it is one of the most important and visible parts of human personality that everyone respects. Indeed, everyone wants to be around people with great tolerance, because there are so few who have the ability to be tolerant and happy at the same time. Not only will it help you build long-lasting and valuable relationships, it will also benefit you financially by attracting the right kind of resources and people into your life.

– Paragraph out of a “Tolerance” Discourse 9 of a Lifework Master Course

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