Anger Quotes and Sayings - Page 3
Once you shout and curse, you have lost the argument.
When you’re angry, the devil enters your soul, and when you’re over it, he leaves you with all of the regrets.
Anger is an excuse to act stupid instead of putting your anger into something useful.
Anger is only one letter shorter than danger! so be careful how you react cause it will have an effect on the rest of your life.
He who is angry is upset with himself, not with another person.
Only when we are angry, do we speak our truth.
An angry person is a lonely person. No one wants to be around someone who’s quick to fly off the handle.
Anger upsets the balance inside a person. So when you yell at someone you’re attacking yourself more then who ever it is you’re yelling at.
The most important victory in life is the one over anger.
Don’t do something permanently stupid just because your temporarily upset.
Do you feel like a man when you push her around?
Do you feel better now as she falls to the ground?
Anger spits like fire with no target. Destroyer of all in its path…even the creator.
After actions and thoughts of anger comes regret.
Anger teaches a lesson to be wise in future.
Anger is a weakness in an insecure personality.
I sit here angry because I know that the reaction of my actions will hurt me more than I will you.
Getting angry is actually punishing yourself for the mistakes of others.
Anger is the worst mistake you can make.
Anger is an energy.
The devil shake hands with the angry man.
Anger deprives one of the mercy of nature.
With anger comes hard cold TRUTH.
The only way to know yourself and what you are made of is when you get angry.
When in an argument, and someone’s all up in your pretty little face with their cruel, twisted angry one. Put a smile on, and laugh at how funny they look. Sure it’ll make them more angry but…Laughing is always better than yelling.
Sometimes when you are angry, you will say whatever the long- cherished in your hearts. But in the end there is satisfaction and depression begins.
15:1 A soft answer turneth away wrath: but grievous words stir up anger.
King James Bible