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|Syrus, Publilius Pain forces even the innocent to lie. - Syrus, Publilius An angry |
man is again angry with himself when he returns to reason. - Syrus, Publilius
Some remedies are worse than the disease. - Syrus, Publilius He who has a
mind to ...
|Publius Syrus, He who cannot command himself, it is folly to think to command |
others. — Laberiux. He injures the absent who contends with an angry man. —
Publittj Syrus. An angry man is again angry with himself, when he returns lo
|Now the order of reason, in regard to anger, may be considered in relation to two |
things. ... way whatever contrary to the order of reason, for instance if he desire
the punishment of one who has not deserved it, or beyond his deserts, or again ...
The statement of the Philosopher that "the angry man acts with displeasure,"
means that he is displeased, not with his being angry, but with the injury which he
deems done to himself: and through this displeasure he is moved to seek
|Matthew 18:3 So also the Lord Himself, Who is the Power of God, as a Boy, when |
He was reviled, reviled not again, ... Answer not an angry man according to his
anger, nor a foolish man according to his folly. ... But David already before this
had in his indignation held back his armed hand. ... so that you keep free from
fault, or, in other words: If you are angry, do not sin, but overcome wrath with
|How Men Can Use Mindfulness and Reason to Save Their Lives and |
Relationships C. Peter Bankart. man's self-respect system, then the best cure for
your anger really lies deeply in the core of your character as a man and a human
being. And once again we come to the conclusion that the issue isn't about
learning how to control your anger; the issue is about how you live your life. ... He
fell down, picked himself up, and walked a few feet in the opposite direction.
Once again he ...
|The man who is angry cannot distinguish between what he should and should |
not say. There is nothing that an ... If a weak man is persecuted by men who are
stronger than himself, and foolishly turns his anger on them, he causes his own
downfall. Such a one who ... The angry man kills ' 'Yudhishtira says, 'Anger is the
slayer of men and is again V their even those that do not deserve killing. The man
|In short, even that one reason for destroying the human race might have been a |
just one, that men, despising the living ... For some one will perhaps say, that God
is so far from being angry, that in His precepts He even forbids man to be angry.
... But, however, the matter is not so ; for if He should altogether prohibit anger,
He Himself would have been in some ... Then, again, when He enjoined us to be
angry, and yet not to sin,6 it is plain that He did not tear up anger by the roots, but
|when He was struck, struck not back, ' Set then thy mind on this — like a child |
never to keep an injury in mind, never to show malice, but that all things may ...
Answer not an angry man according to his anger, nor a foolish man according to
his folly. ... How much greater a thing it is not to revile again, than not to avenge
oneself ! ... For he who is angry with himself, because he has been so easily
roused, ceases to be angry with another. ... Rather let reason test and see what
|And again, he externalizes in order to compensate for the degree of emptiness |
he feels inside. It's like a teeter-totter. He's trying to get that balance back. The
lower he feels, the more he's going to defend with the anger shield. ... angry. And
he has to have a reason, so she becomes the reason, because now she is not
meeting his need to feel better. He doesn't realize it, but he's the only one who
can make himself feel better. He's in a place where he's not accepting something.
He's in a ...
|Then, again, since He has commanded man to be angry, indeed, and yet not to |
sin, certainly He did not tear out anger by its roots, ... justice.1 He who orders us
to be angry, therefore, Himself surely gets angry; He who charges us to become
appeased rather ... makes God's anger mortal.4 And for this reason, He does not
punish each offender at the time of the offense so that man may have the