We need to accept that waiting plays a part of our daily lives, so we need to wait for
God's perfect time, for the right place with the right person to avoid getting hurt over and over again.
As I wait for
the green grandeur of luna moth, wings once apprehended then gone out of sight, I will wait for
As Nouwen has further explained, the whole meaning of the Christian community lies in offering a space in which we wait for
that which we have already seen.
We wait for
my husband's notes to materialise and then wait until the doctor arrives.
However, more needs to be done to eradicate regional varia- tions in waiting times and the time some patients still have to wait for
diagnosis and therapy.
Nationally, the average wait for
a non-emergency patient is seven and a half weeks for an MRI scan and two and a half weeks for a CT scan.
And even Jesus had to wait for
what God had in store.
Janet Davies, chairwoman of the audit committee, said: 'Many people in Wales have to wait for
But the Government still failed again to meet old targets on cutting the length of time some people were being made to wait for
Chisholm said: "Nothing matters more to patients than the length of time that they have to wait for
Based on their responses, we determined the average wait for
each specialist and for each procedure.
7% of respondents are willing to wait for
3-5 minutes; and 10% of respondents will wait for
He added, 'There has been a significant reduction in the amount of time people have to wait for
I want to begin by reminding Echo readers the vast majority of patients in Wales wait for
far less time than our maximum targets.
The report says the average 60-minute wait for
walk-in customers is expected to hit 80 minutes in fiscal 2004-05 - up from 35 minutes three years ago.