Aristotle Two

AristotleAristotle wrote that...

"Anyone can become angry - that is easy,

but to be angry with the right person, to the right degree, at the right time, for the right purpose,

and in the right way - that is not easy."

With the holiday season upon us many of us will take advantage of the time to recharge our batteries...and we all agree that with the current challenging times many of us are running on auxiliary charge.

And when we are tired and our patience is fraught we all know that it is too easy to become angry with the wrong person...and say something we later regret.

The key is to promise yourself that you always save your irritation, annoyance and anger until the next day.

Then, if you still feel the same level of irritation, annoyance or anger, ask yourself if it is being directed at the right person.

If it is not, then do something about it, by asking yourself what is really upsetting you.

If it is directed at the right person, then address the situation...at the right time and for the right reason.

Being angry drains our batteries more than any other reason. Don′t lose it during recreational recharging. Smile at the problem, even at yourself for getting things out of proportion...

but smile - after all if you can′t smile, be patient and hold your anger while on vacation, when can you?

 

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