Fresh Wind Wednesday

He who is slow to anger has great understanding [and profits from his self-control], But he who is quick-tempered exposes and exalts his foolishness [for all to see]. Prov 14:29 (Amp.) Managing your emotions in difficult situations is an indication of self-control. Being self-aware and identifying your triggers is equally important. Then make a conscious effort to think before reacting, bridle your tongue, consider the best and most appropriate approach to a situation and pursue peace at all cost. Either you control your anger, or your anger will control you. Pray for inner healing and deliverance from all the pain that fuels your anger, then embrace healing and a healthier pattern of responses to life events. Let’s go and grow together. ADabuon

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