That’s a rather ambiguous question, so ask again if my answer isn’t related to what you wanted to know! :)
-In my life so far, the greatest and most important lesson I’ve learned (and I’ll never stop learning exactly…if I stop learning things it’s because I’ve given up any will to do life-haven’t gotten there though and I don’t plan on it either) is that anything that’s going to happen or you’re waiting for or not even expecting will come with time. Sure, the time will vary from thing to thing, but having the patience to be productive and still be yourself while you wait for something is incredibly important. I can’t remember who it was, but when I was a kid, one of the people I looked up to at the Seminary where my dad taught was talking with me and he said, “Time does not heal all wounds. But all wounds that heal: Heal with time.” That’s stuck with me and has been quite influential on how I view my world and the people that are around me.
Additionally, sometimes when you’re waiting for your goal, your ultimate achievement, a prize, a win, a letter, a friend, something you hold dear to you: Something even better than you could have possibly dreamed of may come along.
With that, I would have to say: Patience. Being patient with people shows love, compassion, and moral character, being patient with unknown obstacles shows perseverance and personal strengths, waiting quietly for the next person to step out of an audition room shows respect.
-Having patience no matter the struggle is the greatest lesson I’ve learned. Even if I slip up and lose my patience, starting from where I am after losing that patience I can only move forward and do better the next time if there is one.