Orientation 12: Patience
Author: NorischeFiled in: training
Patience is the hardest thing for a slave to learn, and hence it must be one of the first things they are introduced too.
A slave is always waiting on his or her owner, waiting to serve, waiting to be given instruction, or simply serving. So as you see the slave must learn to develop a great deal of patience even if he or she is not a patient person.
There is patience of another form that must be discussed as well. Many times an owner will give an instruction or order and the slave will have no clue as to why the instruction is given, the slave must be patient and allow the owner to explain when and if there is a desire to do so. It is not the place of a slave to question the orders or demands of the owner, unless there is a need for clarification. Unless there is a moral, legal or safety issue involved; a slave should follow the owner's instructions without question. Hence the slave must have patience and not focus on things that he or she may not be privileged to, or things that they do not understand.
A slave is expected to just do as he or she is instructed. It is not appropriate for a slave to be too curious or nosey, the owner has the right to keep his or her secrets. The slave has the right only to the secrets and privacy that the owner permits.
If a slave appears to be impatient then the owner will feel pressured or feel that the slave is attempting to manipulate him or her? which technically the slave is doing just that. If the owner wishes to hurry then he or she will, but if not then the slave has no right to attempt to speed things along? unless of course it is in the best interests of the owner to do so. For example the owner takes the slave to the
Mall with him to buy a couple of new shirts, the owner gets busy looking and forgets that he has an appointment in a half of an hour? at this point it is the slave's duty to respectfully remind the owner of the previous engagement and hence hurry the owner along on his way.
Patience is a virtue and it takes the patience of a saint to be a good slave.
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