Anger: That Destructive Moment

“Be patient and calm-for no one can catch fish in anger” – Herbert Hoover”

Anger is a choice and it has nothing to offer you than distraction and destruction. You cannot achieve any remarkable rather regrettable result when you are angry. “For every minute you remain angry, you give up sixty seconds of peace of mind,” says Ralph Waldo Emerson. Why paying so much for goods you are not ready to receive? Why loosing so much if there is no expectation of gain? Be aware, your anger is never a friend. If anyone praises you for an action you take out of anger, such a person is your enemy.

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“Speak when you are angry - and you'll make the best speech you'll ever regret.” - Laurence J. Peter. Anger is inevitable, but you have the choice of what to do with it. According to Stephen Hawking, “People won't have time for you if you are always angry or complaining”, and I believe that I don’t know about you. I want the best people around me; so, I can’t afford to go angry all the time. Moreover “To be angry is to revenge the faults of others on ourselves” - Alexander Pope. Why will I ever choose that, when I know that “Getting angry doesn't solve anything” as thought by Grace Kelly.

It could be funny when I told you anger could be the best solution sometimes. Before you crucify me, let’s share other intellectual thoughts on this matter. Evan Rachel Wood says “The biggest lessons I've learned in life have probably come from a bad situation, from an angry situation, even if I wasn't the one who was angry.” Can you make sense out of that; I think I am a testimony. Another point is that if you want to go angry, do for the best. Sometimes, you have to get angry to get things done” - Ang Lee. Yes, if you go angry about a situation then go ahead and find a solution to it, then better. But if otherwise “When angry count to ten before you speak, If very angry, count to one hundred” advised Thomas Jefferson. Always remember, “Being angry is like picking up a knife with no handle: it is self-harming, - Koo Stark.

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