It is impossible for you to be angry and laugh at the same time. Anger and laughter are mutually exclusive and you have the power to choose either.
When a man sends you an impudent letter, sit right down and give it back to him with interest, ten times compounded, and then throw both letters in the wastebasket.
Holding on to anger, resentment, and hurt only gives you tense muscles, a headache and a sore jaw from clenching your teeth. Forgiveness gives you back the laughter and the lightness in your life.
Malice drinks one-half of its own poison.
If you’re angry at a loved one, hug that person. And mean it. You may not want to hug – which is all the more reason to do so. It’s hard to stay angry when someone shows they love you, and that’s precisely what happens when we hug each other.
Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned.
One should not lose one’s temper unless one is certain of getting more and angrier to the end.
Anger ventilated often hurries toward forgiveness and concealed often hardens into revenge.
Sometimes when I’m angry I have the right to be angry, but that doesn’t give me the right to be cruel.
Never get angry. Never make a threat. Reason with people.