#246-1. If you know what you know, you are OK
If you know what you don’t know, you are better off
If you don't know what you know, you are in for surprises
If you don't know what you don’t know, you are in deep trouble.
(Thanks to Lax for sharing this.)
#246-2. Holding anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; You are the one who gets burned.
(Thanks to Prashant Varekar for sharing this.)
#246-3. Two ways to be happy forever:
-Never Give the Help of Tears to Your Emotions
-Never Give the Help of Your Tongue to Your Anger
(Thanks to Nehal Shah for sharing this.)
The first one reminds me of the JoHari window on self-awareness. More self-knowledge is generally useful.
There are many techniques to avoid acting on impulse when angry. The longer-term solution for those prone to anger is spiritual maturity. More self-acceptance and better awareness of the world reduces the frequency and intensity of anger.