ConsistencyCONSISTENCE, CONSISTENCY, n. 1. A standing together; a being fixed in union, as the parts of a body; that state of a body, in which its component parts remain fixed. The consistency of bodies is divers; dense, rare, tangible, pneumatical, volatile, etc. 2. A degree of density or spissitude, but indefinite. Let the juices or liquor be boiled into the consistency of syrup. 3. Substance; make; firmness of constitution; as, friendship of a lasting consistency; resolutions of durable consistence. 4. A standing together, as the parts of a system, or of conduct, etc.; agreement or harmony of all parts of a complex thing among themselves, or of the same thing with itself at different times; congruity; uniformity; as the consistency of laws, regulations or judicial decisions; consistency of opinion; consistency of behavior or of character. There is harmony and consistency in all Gods works. 5. A standing; a state of rest, in which things capable of growth or decrease, remain for a time at a stand.
8 Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever.
A wandering mind is made stable by reading, vigil and prayer. Flaming lust is extinguished by hunger, labor and solitude. Stirrings of anger are calmed by psalmody, magnanimity and mercifulness. All this has its effect when used at its proper time and in due measure. Everything untimely or without proper measure is short-lived; and short-lived things and more harmful than useful. Abba Evagrius the Monk(Texts on Active Life no. 6)
SUCCESS ISN'T ALWAYS ABOUT GREATNESS, IT'S ABOUT CONSISTENCY. CONSISTENT, HARD WORK GAINS SUCCESS. GREATNESS WILL COME.