All Messengers Ridiculed
[21:36] When those who disbelieve see you, they ridicule you: “Is this the one who challenges your gods?” Meanwhile, they remain totally heedless of the message from the Most Gracious.
[21:37] The human being is impatient by nature. I will inevitably show you My signs; do not be in such a hurry.
[21:38] They challenge: “Where is that (retribution), if you are truthful?”
[21:39] If only those who disbelieve could envision themselves when they try to ward off the fire; off their faces and their backs! No one will help them then.
[21:40] Indeed, it will come to them suddenly, and they will be utterly stunned. They can neither avoid it, nor can they receive any respite.
[21:41] Messengers before you have been ridiculed, and, consequently, those who ridiculed them incurred the retribution for their ridiculing.
The human being is impatient per 21:37. This is in the index as Hurry, do not be in a.
[70:19] Indeed, the human being is anxious. [70:20] If touched by adversity, despondent. [70:21] If blessed by wealth, stingy. [70:22] Except for the worshipers. [70:23] Who always observe their contact prayers (Salat). [70:24] Part of their money is set aside. [70:25] For the poor and the needy.
[52:16] Suffer the burning. Whether you are patient or impatient, it will be the same for you. This is the just requital for what you did.
God’s Messenger of the Covenant*
[46:35] Therefore, be patient like the messengers before you who possessed strength and resorted to patience. Do not be in a hurry to see the retribution that will inevitably come to them. The day they see it, it will seem as if they lasted one hour of the day. This is a proclamation: Is it not the wicked who are consistently annihilated?
[79:15] Have you known about the history of Moses? [79:16] His Lord called him at the holy valley of Tuwaa. [79:17] “Go to Pharaoh; he has transgressed.” [79:18] Tell him, “Would you not reform? [79:19] “Let me guide you to your Lord, that you may turn reverent.” [79:20] He then showed him the great miracle. [79:21] But he disbelieved and rebelled. [79:22] Then he turned away in a hurry. [79:23] He summoned and proclaimed. [79:24] He said, “I am your Lord; most high.”
[16:1] GOD’s command has already been issued (and everything has already been written), so do not rush it.* Be He glorified; the Most High, far above any idols they set up.
All Messengers Must Be Ridiculed
[13:32] Messengers before you have been ridiculed; I permitted the disbelievers to carry on, then I punished them. How terrible was My retribution!
Why are patients at a hospital called patient?
patient (adj.) mid-14c., “enduring without complaint,” from Old French pacient and directly from Latin patientem “bearing, supporting, suffering, enduring, permitting” (see patience). Meaning “pertaining to a medical patient” is late 14c., from the noun.
Patiently. patient (n.) “suffering or sick person under medical treatment,” late 14c., from Old French pacient (n.), from the adjective, from Latin patientem (see patience).
patience (n.) c. 1200, “quality of being willing to bear adversities, calm endurance of misfortune, suffering, etc.,” from Old French pacience “patience; sufferance, permission” (12c.) and directly from Latin patientia “patience, endurance, submission,” also “indulgence, leniency; humility; submissiveness; submission to lust;” literally “quality of suffering.” It is an abstract noun formed from the adjective patientem (nominative patiens) “bearing, supporting; suffering, enduring, permitting; tolerant,” but also “firm, unyielding, hard,” used of persons as well as of navigable rivers, present participle of pati “to endure, undergo, experience,” which is of uncertain origin.