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Anger Destroys Sayings By Bela Fleck: I think the musical evolution I've gone through has come from all the work with I think the musical evolution I've gone through has come from all the work with the material. — Bela Fleck
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Anger Destroys Sayings By Lauren F. Winner: The change, I think, that conversion gradually effects on your heart is this: you come, The change, I think, that conversion gradually effects on your heart is this: you come, over some stretched-out time, to want to do the things that God wants you to do, because you want to be close to Him. — Lauren F. Winner
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Anger Destroys Sayings By Marvin Gaye: Anger destroys your soul. Anger destroys your soul. — Marvin Gaye
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Anger Destroys Sayings By Dalai Lama: There needs to be understanding that anger never helps to solve a problem. It destroys There needs to be understanding that anger never helps to solve a problem. It destroys our peace of mind and blinds our ability to think clearly. Anger and attachment are emotions that distort our view of reality. — Dalai Lama
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Anger Destroys Sayings By C.M. Stunich: Music is the metaphysical representation of our shredded hearts, all of our pain and anger, Music is the metaphysical representation of our shredded hearts, all of our pain and anger, our love and joy, ground up and blended together. It saves people, and it destroys them. If it's anything in between, it's not really music at all, just noise. — C.M. Stunich
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Anger Destroys Sayings By Werner Erhard: Instead of looking for a great leader, we are in an era where each of Instead of looking for a great leader, we are in an era where each of us needs to find the great leader within ourselves. — Werner Erhard
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Anger Destroys Sayings By Chomsky Noam: The United States is extremely lucky that no honest, charismatic figure has arisen. Every charismatic The United States is extremely lucky that no honest, charismatic figure has arisen. Every charismatic figure is such an obvious crook that he destroys himself, like McCarthy or Nixon or the evangelist preachers. If somebody comes along who is charismatic and honest this country is in real trouble because of the frustration, disillusionment, the justified anger and the absence of any coherent response. [Chomsky in an interview with Chris Hedges in 2010] — Chomsky Noam
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Anger Destroys Sayings By Ralph Lauren: Some days I have a knot in my stomach because I've got to sit down Some days I have a knot in my stomach because I've got to sit down and come up with something in womenswear that no one else came up with. — Ralph Lauren
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Anger Destroys Sayings By Joss Whedon: Wanna know what a bullet feels like, Warren? A real one? It's not like in Wanna know what a bullet feels like, Warren? A real one? It's not like in the comics ... I think you need to. Feel it ... It's not going to make a neat little hole. First - it'll obliterate your internal organs. Your lung will collapse, feels like drowning ... When it finally hits your spine, it'll blow your central nervous system- ... I'm talking. The pain will be unbearable, but you won't be able to move ... A bullet usually travels faster than this, of course. But the dying? It seems like it takes forever. Something, isn't it? One tiny piece of metal destroys everything. It ripped her insides out ... It took her light away. From me. From the world ... And now the one person who should be here is gone - and a waste like you gets to live. A tiny piece of metal. Can you feel it now? — Joss Whedon
Anger Destroys Sayings By Michael Caine: My wife, my daughters, even my grandchildren are funny. You've got to keep a sense My wife, my daughters, even my grandchildren are funny. You've got to keep a sense of humor because anger destroys you. — Michael Caine
Anger Destroys Sayings By Ramit Sethi: Make the right decisions in life and you'll never have to worry about saving $3 Make the right decisions in life and you'll never have to worry about saving $3 a day on lattes. — Ramit Sethi
Anger Destroys Sayings By Rebecca Manley Pippert: We tend to be taken aback by the thought that God could be angry. how We tend to be taken aback by the thought that God could be angry. how can a deity who is perfect and loving ever be angry? ... We take pride in our tolerance of the excesses of others. So what is God's problem? ... But love detests what destroys the beloved. Real love stands against the deception, the lie, the sin that destroys. Nearly a century ago the theologian E.H. Glifford wrote: 'Human love here offers a true analogy: the more a father loves his son, the more he hates in him the drunkard, the liar, the traitor.' ... Anger isn't the opposite of love. Hate is, and the final form of hate is indifference ... How can a good God forgive bad people without compromising himself? Does he just play fast and loose with the facts? 'Oh, never mind ... boys will be boys'. Try telling that to a survivor of the Cambodian 'killing fields' or to someone who lost an entire family in the Holocaust. No. To be truly good one has to be outraged by evil and implacably hostile to injustice. — Rebecca Manley Pippert
Anger Destroys Sayings By Alanis Morissette: Knowing that people make my songs their own is what keeps me going. Knowing that people make my songs their own is what keeps me going. — Alanis Morissette
Anger Destroys Sayings By Matthew Quick: We don't know anything. But we can choose how we respond to whatever comes our We don't know anything. But we can choose how we respond to whatever comes our way. We have a choice always. Remember that! — Matthew Quick
Anger Destroys Sayings By Robert Sheckley: You must realize, Mr. Blaine, that a man is not his body, for he receives You must realize, Mr. Blaine, that a man is not his body, for he receives his body accidentally. He is not his skills, for those are frequently born of necessity. He is not his talents, which are produced by heredity and by early environmental factors. He is not the sicknesses to which he may be predisposed, and he is not the environment that shapes him. — Robert Sheckley
Anger Destroys Sayings By Sherrilyn Kenyon: It's not the pain that's inflicted on us by others that destroys us. It's the It's not the pain that's inflicted on us by others that destroys us. It's the pain we let inside our hearts that does that. Don't let the human's anger become yours. It can drive you mad if you do. (M'Adoc) — Sherrilyn Kenyon
Anger Destroys Sayings By Ali Ibn Abi Talib: I am amazed at the heart of man: It possesses the substance of wisdom as I am amazed at the heart of man: It possesses the substance of wisdom as well as the opposites contrary to it ... for if hope arises in it, it is brought low by covetousness: and if covetousness is aroused in it, greed destroys it. If despair possesses it, self piety kills it: and if it is seized by anger, this is intensified by rage. If it is blessed with contentment, then it forgets to be careful; and if it is filled with fear, then it becomes preoccupied with being cautious. If it feels secure , then it is overcome by vain hopes; and if it is given wealth, then its independence makes it extravagant. If want strikes it, then it is smitten by anxiety. If it is weakened by hunger, then it gives way to exhaustion; and if it goes too far in satisfying its appetites, then its inner becomes clogged up. So all its shortcomings are harmful to it, and all its excesses corrupt it. — Ali Ibn Abi Talib
Anger Destroys Sayings By Susan L. Taylor: When we have painful memories from hurting experiences, we may feel justified in holding on When we have painful memories from hurting experiences, we may feel justified in holding on to the resentment. But resentment is corrosive. It doesn't affect the person we feel anger toward, it destroys the host. — Susan L. Taylor
Anger Destroys Sayings By James D. Showkeir: Leadership is no longer defined as "having the right answers," but as an ability to Leadership is no longer defined as "having the right answers," but as an ability to engage others to find the best solutions. — James D. Showkeir
Anger Destroys Sayings By Israelmore Ayivor: One word is enough to destroy an entire city provided that word is backed by One word is enough to destroy an entire city provided that word is backed by anger. Drop down the bullets of anger; it destroys at the speed of light! — Israelmore Ayivor
Anger Destroys Sayings By John Ortberg: The soul integrates the will and mind and body. Sin disintegrates them. In sin, my The soul integrates the will and mind and body. Sin disintegrates them. In sin, my appetite for lust or anger or superiority dominates my will. My will, which was made to rule my body, becomes enslaved to what my body wants. When I flatter other people, I learn to use my mouth and my face to conceal my true thoughts and intentions. This always requires energy: I am disintegrating my body from my mind. I hate, but I can't admit it even to myself, so I must distort my perception of reality to rationalize my hatred: I disintegrate my thoughts from the reality. Sin ultimately makes long-term gratitude or friendship or meaning impossible. Sin eventually destroys my capacity even for enjoyment, let alone meaning. It distorts my perceptions, alienates my relationships, inflames my desires, and enslaves my will. This is what it means to lose your soul. — John Ortberg
Anger Destroys Sayings By Matthew Arnold: ForTime, not Corydon, hath conquered thee. ForTime, not Corydon, hath conquered thee. — Matthew Arnold
Anger Destroys Sayings By Dee Hock: Much of that which passes for conversation these days is the lobbing of small bombs Much of that which passes for conversation these days is the lobbing of small bombs of dogma and little clots of banality at one another. — Dee Hock
Anger Destroys Sayings By David Bohm: When you are thinking something, you have the feeling that the thoughts do nothing except When you are thinking something, you have the feeling that the thoughts do nothing except inform you the way things are and then you choose to do something and you do it. That's what people generally assume. But actually, the way you think determines the way you're going to do things. Then you don't notice a result comes back, or you don't see it as a result of what you've done, or even less do you see it as a result of how you were thinking. Is that clear? — David Bohm
Anger Destroys Sayings By Premlatha Rajkumar: You forgive the person or situation not because what the person did was right, but You forgive the person or situation not because what the person did was right, but you forgive to save yourself the suffering, heartache, and feelings of revenge. The pain that you focus on will never give you peace of mind and the more you bind your emotions to the pain, the more of it you will create in your life. So being angry and revengeful does not affect the person you are angry with. Instead, it destroys your life. Thus, you forgive to keep yourself in well being. Carrying hatred and anger is like carrying garbage wherever you go, it will stink your life. — Premlatha Rajkumar
Anger Destroys Sayings By Jinat Rehana Begum: Anger is essential if one is to survive this world. It's not just a degenerate Anger is essential if one is to survive this world. It's not just a degenerate emotion that destroys everything in its path. If it were so completely destructive, why would people of every religion in the world imbue God with it? "Don't do that! Allah will get angry," my aunts used to say. People use it with children all the time. Be good and avoid the wrath of those with the capacity to strike you down in an instant. Your entire life may be governed by this simple principle - Be good to avoid angering those who have more power than you. — Jinat Rehana Begum
Anger Destroys Sayings By Wale: Sometimes I'm happy - you can tell via Twitter. Sometimes I'm pissed off - you Sometimes I'm happy - you can tell via Twitter. Sometimes I'm pissed off - you can tell via Twitter. I just think, at the end of the day, I don't want them to see me as a celebrity; I just want them to see me and say, 'He's like a regular person at his job right now who's mad.' — Wale
Anger Destroys Sayings By Kate Milford: Even places you know well can take on a touch of the unknown when you Even places you know well can take on a touch of the unknown when you arrive there from a different direction. — Kate Milford
Anger Destroys Sayings By Israelmore Ayivor: Anger travels faster, conscience is slower! Angers goes ahead to destroy long before conscience lately Anger travels faster, conscience is slower! Angers goes ahead to destroy long before conscience lately arrives to regret! Don't try to keep anger just for a while ... It destroys before negotiations! — Israelmore Ayivor
Anger Destroys Sayings By Wendell Berry: And having thoughtlessly polluted our streams and rivers, we have seen in recent years a And having thoughtlessly polluted our streams and rivers, we have seen in recent years a rapidly growing market for bottled drinking water. I am sure that some will say that a rapidly growing market for water is "good for the economy," and most of us are still affluent enough to pay the cost. Nevertheless, it is a considerable cost that we are now paying for drinkable water, which we once had in plentiful supply at little cost or none at all. And the increasing of the cost suggests that the time may come when the cost will be unaffordable. — Wendell Berry
Anger Destroys Sayings By Maddy Malhotra: In many situations, the only thing you can control is your own response. Changing self-talk In many situations, the only thing you can control is your own response. Changing self-talk from negative to positive is an excellent way to manage that response. Anger destroys your health and relationships. — Maddy Malhotra
Anger Destroys Sayings By Dalai Lama XIV: Like anyone else, I too have anger in me. However, I try to recall that Like anyone else, I too have anger in me. However, I try to recall that anger is a destructive emotion. I remind myself that scientists now say that anger is bad for our health; it eats into our immune system. So, anger destroys our peace of mind and our physical health. We shouldn't welcome it or think of it as natural or as a friend. — Dalai Lama XIV
Anger Destroys Sayings By Richard Walters: Not forgiving prolongs hurt and anger and leads to smoldering resentment, which will make us Not forgiving prolongs hurt and anger and leads to smoldering resentment, which will make us miserable until it kills us. Resentment destroys the perception of reality. As we try to bend the world to accommodate our resentment, fear, and selfishness, we become less accurate in understanding the world. This eventually destroys our ability to cope successfully with life. — Richard Walters
Anger Destroys Sayings By Israelmore Ayivor: Never loan your heart to hatred; it pays you back with self-destruction. Majority of people Never loan your heart to hatred; it pays you back with self-destruction. Majority of people living are not aware that anger is an acid that destroys its own container. — Israelmore Ayivor
Anger Destroys Sayings By Billy Graham: Bitterness is anger gone sour, an attitude of deep discontent that poisons our souls and Bitterness is anger gone sour, an attitude of deep discontent that poisons our souls and destroys our peace. — Billy Graham
Anger Destroys Sayings By Seneca The Younger: Concealed anger is to be feared; but hatred openly manifested destroys its chance of revenge. Concealed anger is to be feared; but hatred openly manifested destroys its chance of revenge. — Seneca The Younger
Anger Destroys Sayings By Plutarch: For he who gives no fuel to fire puts it out, and likewise he who For he who gives no fuel to fire puts it out, and likewise he who does not in the beginning nurse his wrath and does not puff himself up with anger takes precautions against it and destroys it. — Plutarch
Anger Destroys Sayings By Jean Illsley Clarke: Shame That Destroys Employing shame to control people, however, is a misuse of power. When Shame That Destroys Employing shame to control people, however, is a misuse of power. When Gandhi was asked how so few British could control the enormous numbers of Indian citizens, he replied, "They humiliate us to control us." So it is with anyone who intentionally, or out of deep and unexamined old learning controls another by means of humiliation. Sharp anger, a searing jibe at someone's very essence, name-calling, setting someone apart as unacceptable, rejection, all of these behaviors and many more render others helpless. This is the aberration of shame from which so many of us must work to release ourselves. — Jean Illsley Clarke
Anger Destroys Sayings By Jonathan Morris: Anger is fire. It burns inside. It destroys. Anger is fire. It burns inside. It destroys. — Jonathan Morris
Anger Destroys Sayings By Angus Wilson: All the seven deadly sins are self destroying, morbid appetites, but in their early stages All the seven deadly sins are self destroying, morbid appetites, but in their early stages at least, lust and gluttony, averice and sloth know some gratification, while anger and pride have power, even though that power eventually destroys itself. Envy is impotent, numbed with fear, never ceasing in its appetite, and it knows no gratification, but endless self torment. It has the ugliness of a trapped rat, which gnaws its own foot in an effort to escape. — Angus Wilson
Anger Destroys Sayings By Irvin D. Yalom: At other times Betty expressed anger at my forcing her to think about morbid topics. At other times Betty expressed anger at my forcing her to think about morbid topics. "Why think about death? We can't do anything about it!" I tried to help her understand that, though the fact of death destroys us, the idea of death can save us. In other words, our awareness of death can throw a different perspective on life and incite us to rearrange our priorities. — Irvin D. Yalom
Anger Destroys Sayings By Fulton J. Sheen: Pride is the king of vices ... it is the first of the pallbearers of Pride is the king of vices ... it is the first of the pallbearers of the soul ... other vices destroy only their opposite virtues, as wantonness destroys chastity; greed destroys temperance; anger destroys gentleness; but pride destroys all virtues. — Fulton J. Sheen
Anger Destroys Sayings By Various: My AngerMy anger wants to kill.My anger wants to spill.My anger wants to smash a My Anger

My anger wants to kill.
My anger wants to spill.
My anger wants to smash a wall.
My anger wants to make someone feel small.
My anger makes me carve my skin.
My anger is locked up within.
My anger is fierce and fatal.
My anger isn't stable.
When my anger is out stay away.
Because my anger destroys everything in its way — Various
Anger Destroys Sayings By Madelaine Standing: Hate destroys, love builds: be a creator. Fear closes, love opens: be an advocate for Hate destroys, love builds: be a creator. Fear closes, love opens: be an advocate for life. Guilt stagnates, love permits: be a peaceful warrior. Anger takes away, love gives: be a foundation for life. A defeatist attitude makes its own bed while love has the power to design its very own house. — Madelaine Standing