All three of these words refer to a realistic rather than a theoretical state. I have tolerance in the actions of the other against me, I can endure insults and difficulties, but in any failure I have guilt because I did not achieve what I wanted.
I started well, but I failed, and my guilt spreads in my inner person, in my conscience, and brings frustration, brings regression and sadness.
And while I should have tolerance and resilience in healthy teaching so that every day my inner person grows up, and while I should be active and not idle, leveraging the power that I get from knowing my rights, in reality, I have surrendered unconditionally, and the only thing left in me is the feeling of failure, the guilt of inappropriateness, the guilt of losing something great, because I chose as my first priority insignificant things in my everyday life.
How long I endure, is apparent in my everyday life from my reactions. How strengthened is my inner person, is shown by the truths I say and by the lies I am not saying.
How much my faith in the living God is healthy and flourishing is proven by my good works that don’t concern only me, but also others who accept the beneficial presence of the resurrected and living God.