No two person are alike. I have heard this line time and time again. I know it to be true, of course. Me and my brother are the primary example of this line. I am a bit impatient most of the time. I would get up very early if I have to meet someone on time. I don’t like having someone wait for me. And I expect the same courtesy. My brother, on the other hand, loves to take his sweet time over things. Easy going, you cannot rush him, I tell you. He’ll just snap at you when you pressure him to go faster than his normal way. That’s him.
But over time, especially when you mature, you learn how to tolerate these little idiosyncrasies of the persons around you. You learn how to tolerate their quirks. I have mine, you have yours, I am sure.
If you want harmony around you, tolerance is the key.