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|Seneca The greatest remedy for anger is delay. - Seneca The deferring of anger |
is the best antidote to anger. - Seneca Anger is like those ruins which smash
themselves on what they fall. - Seneca Consider, when you are enraged at any
|Seneca Anger: an acid that can do more harm to the vessel in which it is stored |
than to anything on which it is poured. - Seneca The greatest remedy for anger is
delay. - Seneca The deferring of anger is the best antidote to anger. - Seneca ...
|Maximum remedium iras dilatio est I.- Deferring of anger is the best antidote to |
anger. Seneca. Maximus in minimis— Very great in very little things. Maximus
novator tempus— Time is the greatest innovator. Pr, 25 "May-be" is very well, but
|Prayer is the great remedy against anger: for it must suppose it, in some degree, |
removed before we pray ; and then it is ... It is good, in a fever, to have a tender
and a smooth tongue ; but it is better, that it be so in anger ; for, if it be rough and
distempered, there it is an ill sign, but here it is an ill cause. ... And if, at first, the
cause seems reasonable, yet defer to execute thy anger till thou mayest better
|are inflamed: the early stages of illness are best treated by rest. 'How poor a |
remedy you propose,' you say, 'if it cahns anger when it is subsiding ofits own
accord! ... in resentment, it may enjoy more influence in counsel, it will invent a
web of delays, and, while it looks for a heavier punishment, it will defer an
|If thou hast been seated in a place scarce answerable to thine honor, thou hast |
been angry with him that stood next ... the first anger by persuasion, for she is
deaf and mad ; we will give her some time : remedies are best in the declination
of fevers. ... How much, sayest thou, doth thy remedy profit if it pacify Anger when
of herself she beginneth to be pleased? ... it may have more authority to counsel
her ; it shall coin delays, and while she seeketh greater punishments defer the
|8& his own soul : q he that keepeth under- l°p«. huo. standing shall find good. ... |
4 1 1 The f discretion of a man " defer- ' reth his anger ; T and it is his glory to pass
over a transgression. , 12 The "king's wrath is as the .... of his house ; but rather
beg of God to give him meekness and patience to bear what he could not remedy
|... truth, in his being ethical, deferring to others, not thinking too highly of himself, |
looking for ways to serve, not gossiping, and making coffee as "a common
courtesy. ... that he had privately spoken out against sexual harassment in his
office and that his best friend at work was a woman who belonged to NOW. ...
functioned as a source of strength in these contexts and as an antidote to anger
|It is good for all, but especially for young people, to know- and consider this, that |
they may not, by the indulgence of their youthful lusls, trenfiu'-e up unto the-ny? ...
Let them take care that their minds be not lifted up with pride, or dislurbed with
anger, or any sinful paslion. .... it is the royal physician's antidote againsl the
particular diseafes of youth, the love of mirth ... for God is long suffering to u.r--"
ward, and gives us flvun- to repent; the continuing of life is but the deferring of
death; and ...
|No matter rhnii nnlv a ctra'no-pr A"wl l)ut lo 'l was' tnev rf'd not linow Him; thou |
only a Stl anger Christ so ordering it, that ... Good company, and good converse,
ore an excellent antidote against prevailing melancholy. .... Now, if hope deferred
mokes the heart stcA, hope disappointed, especially such a hope, kills the In an .