Be Gentle With Others’ Faults
“In anger, we should refrain both from speech and action.” – Pythagoras
How do you respond when angered?
You must deal with the faults of others as gently as you deal with yours – not necessarily in anger.
In fact, it is said that what in others you find agreeable you should carefully emulate; and what in them you consider wrong you should correct in yourself.
For every minute that you are angry with someone, you lose sixty seconds of happiness that you can never get back.
Have An Anger-Free Day!
Did you know? – To be gentle does not mean to be weak.