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Is the quote, "There are three things all wise men fear: the sea in storm, a night without a moon and the anger of a gentle man" a fact or just a.

If you kick a stone in anger, you’ll hurt your own foot
– Korean Proverb

Some people are angry. Most of them learn anger from their parents and are trapped in a vicious cycle. One of the saddest things is an angry family, in which the parents are angry at the kids, who are angry at their parents, who are angry at their kids…

Sounds familiar?

Anger always comes from frustrated expectations
– Elliott Larson

Some say anger peaks during the teen years. I am not sure this is true for everyone. I know many teens who are joyful and happy. I was angry until I became a teenager, so I believe anger has nothing to do with age and hormones and everything to do with awareness. I think anger is a mindset that clutters our thinking and we are angry because we have poisoned ourselves with thoughts of disappointment and frustration.

For every minute you are angry, you lose sixty seconds of happiness
– Ralph Waldo Emerson

Let’s face it, we are all angry at times. We are angry when things do not happen the way we want them to. Anger is a form of extreme disappointment that we think we are directing towards what we believe to be the source of the disappointment, but in fact, we direct it only towards ourselves. When I think of anger, I immediately see a bottle of poison. I remember this quote:

Being angry is like drinking a cup of poison and expecting someone else to die

Some people experience anger towards themselves for the same reasons they are angry with others. Their expectations of themselves do not match reality.

Anger is an acid that can do more harm to the vessel in which it is stored than to anything on which it is poured
– Mark Twain

Awareness

The first thing we need to do is notice when we are angry and when we flood our body with this kind of poison. Anger takes lots of energy and depletes the resources in our body. When I studied Reiki, our teacher told us always to start working on the liver, where anger is stored (think of the word “livid”). When she talked about health, anger was the source of all evil (that and not drinking enough water).

Anger is only one letter short of danger
– Popular Saying

The origin of anger is fear. Fear is a feeling that creates stress from an undesired outcome. It can be fear of uncertainty, fear of losing control, fear of change, fear of failure, fear of wasting time, fear of social exclusion or fear of ridicule, just to name a few. The best way to check this is to think of a situation when you were very angry and ask yourself, “What was I afraid of?” and to keep asking it until you reach the deepest underlying fear.

The angry people are those people who are most afraid
– Dr. Robert Anthon

One of the biggest triggers of anger are “should have”, “could have” and “would have”. If you listen to people speaking, you can tell the level of their frustration and anger by the number of times they use “should have”, “could have” and “would have”. Using them too often in your communication with yourself and others is like playing with fire near a bomb.

Communicating in anger is very risky business. When we are angry, we cannot think clearly. Most of the time, because of our anger, we say and do things that we regret later on.

Anger blows out the lamp of the mind
– Robert Green Ingersoll

If you are patient in one moment of anger, you will escape a hundred days of sorrow
– Chinese Proverbs

Anger, if not restrained, is frequently more hurtful to us than the injury that provokes it
– Seneca

People who fly into a rage always make a bad landing
– Will Rogers

Sarcasm is the second cousin of Anger
– Dr. Buddy Rydell

Expressing anger is a form of public littering
– Willard Gaylin

There are two ways to avoid the self-poisoning of anger. The first way is to change our expectations. The second is to change our reaction when things happen differently from what we expect.

Love what is!

Byron Katie wrote a book called Loving What Is, which I really liked. She came up with a formula to change our expectations. She said if things do not happen the way we expect them to and we hold on to our expectation and wait for things to change accordingly, it is like arguing with God (or reality or nature, you choose).

It is like banging your head against the wall and expecting the wall to move. How much pain do you need to feel in order to understand that walls do not move when you hit them with your head? Similarly, if you expect your child to get an A in math and she keeps getting a C, you have all the proof in the world that your expectations are not connected to reality. Most people in the world live by the irrational rule that says, “Things must be the way I want them to be. Otherwise, life will be intolerable”, and this mindset brings them misery in a form of conflict, friction and heartache (see Irrational Rules of Living: My Way or the Highway).

Anger makes you smaller, while forgiveness forces you to grow beyond what you were
– Cherie Carter-Scott

Acceptance

Acceptance is a wonderful cure for anger. Many religions and spiritual systems view acceptance as the source of comfort and calm.

When I was 10 years old, I had a book of tales about wise people. One of them was the story of a man who said, “Something good will come out of this”, no matter what happened to him, good or bad. He was the ultimate believer in good.

I have used his method many times, even to overcome one of the angriest and saddest times in my life, when I lost my two babies. For a long time, I said to myself, “Something good must come out of this pain”. I said that even when it was hard to believe in it. 2 years later, when Tsoof was born, I discovered that lots of good came out of my pain. I had a wonderful baby who has since grown up to be a wonderful person, and I became a better and more appreciative person. It has truly made me a better person.

The anger was a voice in my head, saying, “It shouldn’t have happen”, or, “Things did not happen the way I wanted them to and life is unbearable”. The whole time until Tsoof was born, I was afraid – afraid of uncertainty, afraid that my body would fail me again, afraid of being helpless, afraid of not being able to experience joy anymore, afraid of drowning in sorrow, afraid of giving up, afraid I would only have one child, afraid the pain might stay forever. Sleep was my only refuge.

He who angers you conquers you
– Elizabeth Kenny

Self expression

Children learn anger from their angry parents, because anger is a habit. Sometimes, they develop anger because their parents are a source of frustration. Many people lie on the therapist’s couch for years learning to say to their parents, “I am angry with you”. If you want to reduce the chances your kids will ever need such therapy, teach them, and give them permission, to say, “I am angry with you”. Many parents do not allow their children to express anger and by that, they punish them twice and double the anger and the feeling of helplessness.

Anger is a fuel. You need fuel to launch a rocket. But if all you have is fuel without any complex internal mechanism directing it, you don’t have a rocket. You have a bomb
– Gil Schwartz

Anger can be easily channeled to make sure things do not get out of proportion and end up in conflict and pain. Expression is a great way to do this. There are many ways to express anger and I recommend exploring all of them to find the best healer for you.

  1. Share your feeling with someone you trust. Do not start with the person you are angry with, as that will only create a vicious cycle of unmet expectations and increase the frustration and anger. If finding someone you trust is an issue, find a life coach. Privacy is essential when sharing anger.
  2. Use any form of art to express yourself: dance, sing, play a musical instrument, draw, and sculpture, write.
  3. Find an engaginghobby. Hobbies keep us busy and focused. Find something that will keep your mind off the things you are unhappy about.
  4. Do any form of sport you like. Getting your energy up will flood your body with good, healing chemicals that will ease your anxiety.
  5. Meditate. It brings lots of creativity into our life. There is much bliss in meditation. There are moments in meditation that are simply divine. I recommend meditation to everyone and, by the way, any form of meditation will do. I get lot of answers during meditation and it helps me relieve anger.

Forgiveness

One of the best healers of anger is forgiveness for ourselves and others. The existence of anger means we do not give ourselves or others permission to think, feel or act differently from what we expect. Forgiveness is the cure for this mindset. A lot has been said about forgiveness, but I like this poem and I think it says it all.

Forgiveness

by Sydni Masoncup

To forgive
is not to forget.

To forgive
is really to remember
that nobody is perfect,
that each of us stumbles
when we want so much to stay upright,
that each of us says things
we wish we had never said,
that we can all forget that love
is more important than being right.

To forgive
is really to remember
that we are so much more
than our mistakes,
that we are often more kind and caring,
that accepting another’s flaws
can help us accept our own.

To forgive
is to remember
that the odds are pretty good that
we might soon need to be forgiven ourselves,
that life sometimes gives us more
than we can handle gracefully.

To forgive
is to remember
that we have room in our hearts to
begin again … and again

Anger is not a healthy feeling. In the story of the two wolves, an old grandfather tells his grandson about two wolves that are constantly fighting inside of us. One is an angry bad wolf and the other is a loving good wolf. When his grandson asks which one of them wins, the grandfather says, “The one you feed!”

Anger is triggered by unmet expectations. It is like a fire that destroys everything and everyone in its path.

If anger is fire, forgiveness is water.
When fire gets out of control, use plenty of water
– Ronit Baras

May the force be with you,
Ronit

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Scroll through these healing quotes about bitterness & sayings about resentment. Select your favorite one to use as a mobile screen saver. I hope these inspiring quotes help you to feel better – and less bitter!

1. Let it go.

When someone treats you like crap, just remember it’s because there’s something wrong with them, not you. Normal people don’t go around destroying other people’s lives.

2. If only…

If only there was a vaccine to end meanness. – Karen Salmansohn

 

3. Not worth the anger

It’s not worth the anger. Energy is everything. Be careful where you spend your energy – because you won’t get that time back. – Tony Gaskins

4. Why mean people are mean…

A helpful lens on why people act mean.

5. Focus on blessings

You can be angry at life for not giving you all you want. Or you can feel blessed for all you have. – Karen Salmansohn

6. Wear love glasses

Can’t see the haters when I have my love glasses on.

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7. Drop the weight of hate

Happy people don’t hate and people who walk around hating aren’t happy. – Karen Salmansohn

8. Focus on love

I have no time to hate people who hate me. I’m far too busy loving people who love me.

9. Be angry in the right amount

Anybody can become angry-that is easy; but to be angry with the right person, and to the right degree, and at the right time, and for the right purpose, and in the right way-that is not within everybody’s power and is not easy. – Aristotle

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10. Don’t waste energy

Instead of wasting my energy on hate and resentment, I’d rather invest my energy in love and contentment. – Karen Salmansohn

11. Hate less.

Hate less. Live longer.

12. Anger is heavy.

Anger is heavy. Let it go.

13. Bad things happen.

Sometimes when bad things happen we learn to appreciate the good things in a whole new light. – Karen Salmansohn

  • Print out these healing resentment sayings and bitterness quotes. Put them somewhere you can read them often.

14.  See the good.

When the Japanese mend broken objects they aggrandize the damage by filling the cracks with gold, because they believe that when something’s suffered damage and has a history it becomes more beautiful. – Barbara Bloom

15. Think happier.

Most of our problems are because we act without thinking. Or we keep thinking without acting.

16. Life is bitter & sweet.

Life is sweet. And bitter. Beautiful and painful. And a blessing to be here. Live to your fullest. Don’t waste time on fear and regret. Okay? – Karen Salmansohn

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Please do what you can to move on from the past. Your resentment and regret won’t change things – except cast a dimmer lens on your present. What happened is done. Stop giving time to what no longer exists – when there’s so much joy to be found in the here and now. – Karen Salmansohn

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71 Forgiveness Quotes to Let Go of Anger and Forgiving People Who Have Hurt You

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More than once in your life, you will be hurt by someone’s words or actions.

Perhaps someone cut you off while you’re queuing to pay for your lunch. Perhaps a friend has betrayed you. Probably, someone told you that you’re not good enough for them. Or perhaps when you were little you’ve experienced abuse at the hands of adults who were supposed to take care of you and keep you safe.

Many of us carry the pain of these incidents years after they happened. They fester within you, creating resentment and bitterness.

The writer Anne Lamott described holding a grudge as “drinking rat poison and then waiting for the rat to die.”

It is such a heavy burden to carry and can cost you your own health and happiness. It is more harmful to you than to the offender.

Despite this, people often take forgiveness for granted. They declare that they forgive people but still carry grudges for those who have “wronged” them. These people are not really free. They are prisoners of their own bitterness.

But what is forgiveness? Moreover, how do we forgive?

People have different definitions of forgiveness. Generally speaking, it is when you choose to let go of bitterness, anger, and resentment you feel towards those who treated you unfairly. It is not condoning or excusing the wrongdoing done to you.

The positive benefits of forgiveness on your mental and physical health include the following:

  • decreased blood pressure
  • lessened feelings of anxiety and stress
  • lessened feelings of aggression
  • decreased symptoms of depression
  • improved heart condition

So, knowing these benefits, how do we forgive those who wronged us?

To move to a forgiving state, the first step is to process how you feel — explore the reasons why you are angry or hurt. Realize that it is possible to forgive those who treated you wrongly. Choose to forgive. If possible, inform the people involved that you are choosing to forgive them. Through this, you will attain true freedom.

In this article, we present 71 forgiveness quotes to inspire you to soften your heart and let go of the pain that haunts you from the unfairness you’ve experienced. The handpicked pithy sayings include the power of forgiveness quotes, quotes about forgiving someone you love, and asking for forgiveness quotes.

(Side note: One simple way to ​let go of anger is to build the “right” mindset. To learn how, ​I recommend checking out this book that will help you learn how to ​create calmness in your life and eliminate negative thinking.)

First, we present the power of forgiveness quotes. Get inspired to let go of the pain you feel through the words of wisdom from people who have been there before. The following quotes show you how powerful forgiveness can be.

What You Will Learn

The Power of Forgiveness Quotes

“Don’t ever underestimate the power of forgiveness. I’ve seen it free people. I’ve seen it life burdens that had weighed them down and kept them from moving on.”– Buffy Andrews

“True forgiveness is when you can say, ‘Thank you for that experience.’”– Oprah Winfrey

“Forgiveness should start now. Putting off forgiving only deepens the wound. Clinging to bitterness postpones happiness. Life is short, time is fleeting. Today is the day to forgive.”– Wilfred Peterson

“Forgiveness is an act of the will, and the will can function regardless of the temperature of the heart.”– Corrie Ten Boom

“Grudges are for those who insist that they are owed something; forgiveness, however, is for those who are substantial enough to move on.”– Criss Jami

“Forgiveness has nothing to do with absolving a criminal of his crime. It has everything to do with relieving oneself of the burden of being victim — letting go of the pain and transforming oneself from victim to survivor.”– C. R. Strahan

“Listen. Slide the weight from your shoulders and move forward. You are afraid that you might forget, but you never will. You will forgive and remember.”– Barbara Kingsolver

“The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong.”– Mahatma Gandhi

“To err is human; to forgive is divine.”– Alexander Pope

“Forgiveness is the key to action and freedom.”– Hannah Arendt

“Forgiving what we cannot forgive creates a new way to remember. We change the memory of our past into a hope for our future.”– Lewis Smedes

“Blame keeps wounds open. Only forgiveness heals.”– Thomas S. Manson

“There is nobility in compassion, a beauty in empathy, a grace in forgiveness.”– John Connolly

“Forgiveness is not an occasional act; it is a permanent attitude.”– Martin Luther King, Jr.

“It can be hard to forgive and let go but it’s important to remember that harboring the resentment and holding a grudge can hurt you even more. The word ‘forgive’ really means to give something up for yourself not for them.”– Jack Canfield

“Forgive, forget. Bear with the faults of others as you would have them bear with yours.”– Phillips Brooks

“Forgiveness liberates the soul. It removes fear. That is why it is such a powerful weapon.”– Nelson Mandela

“When you forgive, you in no way change the past — but you sure do change the future.”– Bernard Meltzer

“Forgiveness is the fragrance that the violet sheds on the heel that has crushed it.”– Mark Twain

“Forgiveness is a virtue of the brave.”– Indira Gandhi

“Forgiveness is not a feeling; it is a commitment. It is a choice to show mercy, not to hold the offense up against the offender. Forgiveness is an expression of love.”– Gary Chapman

“Forgiveness is not always easy. At times it feels more painful than the wound we suffered, to forgive the one that inflicted it. And yet, there is no peace without forgiveness.”– Marianne Williamson

“Forgiveness is the final form of love.”– Reinhold Niebuhr

“Forgive others not because they deserve forgiveness, but because you deserve peace.”– Jonathan Huie

Has any of the quotes above convinced you to release the bitterness you feel?

Often it is someone we love who will hurt us more deeply. Relationships get broken over betrayals and unkind words or deeds. Often, these are no longer mended, and you drift away from people you care about.

The following quotes about forgiving someone you love will help remind you that it is in relationships that you will often be required to forgive and forget.

Quotes About Forgiving Someone You Love

“If we really want to love we must learn how to forgive.”– Mother Teresa

“Forgiveness is a sign that the person who has wronged you means more to you than the wrong they have dealt.”– Ben Greenhalgh

“There is no love without forgiveness, and there is no forgiveness without love.”– Bryant H. McGill

“Be the one who nurtures and builds. Be the one who has an understanding and a forgiving one who looks for the best in people. Leave people better than you found them.”– Marvin J. Ashton

“A happy marriage is the union of two good forgivers.”– Robert Quillen

“I wondered if that was how forgiveness budded; not with the fanfare of epiphany, but with pain gathering its things, packing up, and slipping away unannounced in the middle of the night.”– Khaled Hosseini

“Forgiveness is the name of love practiced among people who love poorly. The hard truth is that all people love poorly. We need to forgive and be forgiven every day, every hour increasingly. That is the great work of love among the fellowship of the weak that is the human family.”– Henri J. M. Nouwen

“Forgiveness is me giving up my right to hurt you for hurting me.”– Anonymous

“What I cannot love, I overlook.”– Anaïs Nin

“A broken friendship that is mended through forgiveness can be even stronger than it once was.” Stephen Richards

“I have always found that mercy bears richer fruits than strict justice.”– Abraham Lincoln

“Anger makes you smaller, while forgiveness forces you to grow beyond what you are.”– Cherie Carter-Scott

“Sometimes what a person needs most is to be forgiven.”– Jennifer McMahon

“Three months ago, if you asked me, I would have told you that if you really loved someone, you’d let the go. But now I look at you, and I dreamed about Maggie, and I see that I’ve been wrong. If you really love someone, Allie, I think you take them back.”– Jodi Picoult

“… In love, everyone does things that hurt the other person, so there is really no ‘Right’ and ‘Wrong’. You just have to decide what you’re willing to forgive.”– Yvonne Wood

“You cannot forgive just once, forgiveness is a daily practice.”– Sonia Rumzi

“Nothing releases like forgive. Nothing renews like forget.”– Ray A. Davis

“Hatred does not cease by hatred, but only by love; this is the eternal rule.”– Gautama Buddha

“To forgive is wisdom, to forget is genius. Because it’s true. It’s a new world every heartbeat.”– Joyce Cary

“Forgiveness is the giving, and so the receiving, of life.”– George MacDonald

“If he can’t handle you at your worst then he does not deserve you at your best. Real love means seeing beyond the words spoken out of pain, and instead seeing a person’s soul.”– Shannon L. Alder

Like a loving spouse who occasionally doesn’t feel so loving, we ask for forgiveness and come back into relationship.”– Laurie Penner

There is an art in asking for forgiveness. And so much is required before, during, and after you say sorry.

The most important rules of forgiveness to remember are these:

  • An apology has to be sincere.
  • A sincere apology does not blame the one who has been wronged.
  • The person who apologizes works to make things right again.

Be ready for change when you offer or accept an apology.​

The following asking for forgiveness quotes give us the indicators and requirements when making an apology.

Asking For Forgiveness Quotes

“But sorry is the Kool-Aid of human emotions. True sorrow is as rare as true love.”– Stephen King

“Saying ‘I’m sorry’ is saying ‘I love you’ with a wounded heart in one hand and your smothered pride in the other.”– Richelle E. Goodrich

“Apologizing does not always mean that you are wrong and the other person is right. It just means that you value your relationship more than your ego.”– Unknown

“Forgive me. Forgive this fool. Sorry that I acted so cruel. I love you and love only you. Take my hand and let’s start anew.”– Gabrielle Yana Concepcion

“Let us forgive each other — only then will we live in peace.”– Leo Tolstoy

“Mistakes are always forgivable, if one has the courage to admit them.”– Bruce Lee

“I have learned that sometimes ‘sorry’ is not enough. Sometimes you actually have to change.”– Claire London

“I’m not perfect. Remember that, and try to forgive me when I fail you.”– Elizabeth Lowell

“Never forget the nine most important words of any family — I love you. You are beautiful. Please forgive me.”– H. Jackson Brown, Jr.

“In this life, when you deny someone an apology, you will remember it at time you beg forgiveness.”– Toba Beta

“It takes a strong person to say sorry, and an ever stronger person to forgive.”– Unknown

“Would ‘sorry’ have made a difference? Does it ever? It’s just a word. One word against a thousand actions.”– Sarah Ockler

“An apology is the super glue of life. It can repair just about anything.”– Lynn Johnston

“More people should apologize, and more people should accept apologies when sincerely made.”– Greg LeMond

“In some families, please is described as the magic word. In our house, however, it was sorry.”– Margaret Laurence

“Any good apology has 3 parts: 1) I’m sorry; 2) It’s my fault; 3) What can I do to make it right? Most people forget the third part.”– Unknown

“We ask for forgiveness. And we forgive others who ask us. In that way we can experience healing, healing in our souls.”– Ed Dobsons

“Certainly people make mistakes in their life. I’m no different, I’ve made mistakes. When people mess up, forgive them. When I mess up, I ask for forgiveness.”– Michele Bachmann

Grace Notes on Forgiveness Quotes

After reading the quotes about forgiveness, we hope that you were inspired to choose to forgive someone who has done you wrong, as well as encourage you to ask for forgiveness when you have unfairly treated others.

To further help you maximize the positive benefits of forgiving others, it is helpful to make a list of your experiences you feel and know that you were treated unfairly.​

Start forgiving the offenders. It will not be an easy task, mind you, but it is something that will give you peace of mind.

A reminder: Forgiveness should not only be bestowed on other people. You must learn how to forgive yourself as well. Is it as liberating as forgiving another human being.

If any of the quotes from this article resonated with you, we’d love to hear about your experience. Please write them in the comments below.

In addition, if you loved any of the artworks featured today, sharing it through your favorite social media is very much appreciated.

If today’s article inspired you to let go of the past, check out this post to learn how to live in the present moment through mindfulness.

Finally, one simple way to ​let go of anger is to build the “right” mindset. To learn how, ​I recommend checking out this book that will help you learn how to ​create calmness in your life and eliminate negative thinking.

Learn what these well-known people had to say about wrath. It is wise to direct your anger towards problems — not people; to focus your.

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Silence is the best way to react while angry.

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An old Cherokee told his grandson:
“My son, there’s a battle between two wolves inside us all.

One is Evil. It’s anger, jealousy, greed, resentment, inferiority, lies and ego.

The other is Good. It’s joy, peace, love, hope, humility, kindness & truth.”

The boy thought about it, and asked:
“Grandfather, which wolf wins?”

The old man quietly replied:
“The one you feed.”

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Jealousy releases anger and anger is the greatest and the ultimate enemy that can forever determine your judgement and ultimately withhold your destiny.

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Never make a decision when you are angry, never make a promise when you are happy.

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Never go to bed angry, stay awake and plot your revenge!

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The strong man is not the good wrestler; the strong man is only the one who controls himself when he is angry.
– Prophet Muhammad

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Don’t mix bad words with your bad mood. You’ll have many opportunities to change a mood, but you’ll never get the opportunity to replace the words you spoke.

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Never assume any thing.
Nothing will land you in problem faster than false assumption.
There are two sides to every story.

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Always listen to people when they’re mad, that’s when the truth comes out.

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Don’t get mad, smile and creep them out instead.

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The embarrassment after the anger is biggest humiliation a person can experience.

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Angry? Take a deep breath before you speak, because your mouth acts quicker than your brain.

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A moment of patience in a moment of anger saves a thousand moments of regret

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Anger is our natural defense against pain. So when I say I hate you, it really means “You hurt me”.

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When you ask someone if you over reacted, then that’s your heart telling your mind that it was a stupid decision.

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Never reply when you are angry.
Never make a promise when you are happy.
Never make a decision when you are sad.

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Whatever is begun in anger ends in shame.
– Benjamin Franklin

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I don’t have a short temper I just have a low tolerance for stupidity, immaturity & ignorance.

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Never do anything when you are in a temper, for you will do everything wrong.
– Baltasar Gracian

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Don’t get mad …Just get even.

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Even the nicest people have their limits.

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Hell has three gates: lust, anger, and greed.
– Bhagavad Gita

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Nobody makes you angry, you decide to use anger as a response.

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Anger destroys more than it repairs.

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Say nothing when you are angry, you won’t have to apologize when you become conscious.

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When you’re angry, your text speed increases by a ridiculous amount.

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Anger doesn’t solve anything It builds nothing, but it can destroy everything

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The best fighter is never angry.
– Lao Tzu

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People say that getting angry don’t help anything but bottling it up doesn’t help either.

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There is no revenge so complete as forgiveness.
– Josh Billings

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