Anger Quotes and Sayings - Page 5
Be not angry that you cannot make others as you wish them to be, since you cannot make yourself as you wish to be.
– Thomas Kempis
Bottling up your anger inside of you, will just make things worse, and eventually emotionally kill you.
It’s okay to be upset because it’s only then that you know what you really want.
The only way to overcome anger is by staying silent and calm.
What does it make you if you get mad over something so small.
Anger spits like fire with no target. Destroyer of all in its path…even the creator.
Why spend all your time hating someone or holding a grudge…all you are doing is making yourself mad because you hate that person.
The devil shake hands with the angry man.
Anger deprives one of the mercy of nature.
The strength of a man is not measured by his physical abilities but by his ability to control his anger.
An angry man is a bitter man.
Never make a stupid and permanent decision, based on a temporary moment of anger.
Anger is a condition, where mouth works faster than mind.
Once you shout and curse, you have lost the argument.
When you’re angry and you fight. No matter the outcome of it, you have lost.
He who is angry is upset with himself, not with another person.
15:1 A soft answer turneth away wrath: but grievous words stir up anger.
King James Bible
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.
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 a butterfly, calmly watching you without any notice, sneaking in and around you and you don’t even know it, sitting quietly and waiting for you to come for it, hoping you don’t get rid of it with some type of poison, in this case the poison to anger is happiness
Angry mind throws truth out.
After actions and thoughts of anger comes regret.
They who are quick to get angry are easily defeated.
You’re mad? Build a bridge, and get over it!
For every minute you are angry you lose sixty seconds of happiness.
– Ralph Waldo Emerson