Anger is a passion that tends to revenge or to punish for an offense received.
Patience is the virtue that in the presence of what displeases, opposes, or makes us ill, does not allow us to be led or dominated by anger.
Patience consists in suffering misfortune, work and contrariety without anger.
Patience is gentleness and meekness, instead of anger and harshness.
Patience allows us to face error and offense with tranquility.
Patient is the person who controls himself, and disguises the disgust he feels.
Patience moderates anger and prevents violence in the moment of anger.
Patience prevents altercation and revenge. The model of patience is Jesus Christ.
If you are not patient you may become a patient.