September 19, 2008

Sefer Yom LeYom Anger

Filed under: Blog Torah,Daily Concepts,Sefer Yom Lyom — Reb Moshe @ 6:06 pm

1. Just like fire destroys all in its path, so does anger.
2. Once you over come anger, you can easily destroy all other traits.
3. A person who is angry, is really angry at Hashem and this is a grave sin similar to worshiping idles.
4. Anger blocks shefa and parnasa.
5. An angry person just hurts themselves and makes his own situation worse.
6. Anger leads to depression.
7. One must never have anger at their children.
8. To get rid of anger, make an (angry jar) and drop in a marble, letting your ears hear the sound of replaced anger and your eyes seeing the anger withdrawing itself from within you.
9. Nobody likes a person who gets angry.
10. Learn to look for the good points of others and in your life and you will become more slow to anger.
11. What is the purpose of being angry when it really doesn’t help you change the situation itself. The only way to improve the situation is too accept it or plan a productive solution.
12. Anger stems from Pride.
13. There is not enough room for Hashem in ones life if they have anger.
14. A person who is angry draws to themselves many illnesses.
15. Someone who is angry at others is really angry with themselves.
16. Speaking slowly and softly helps a person to change their natural tendency to anger.
17. Never call out to anyone, even your children in a loud voice.
18. Anything you say to others while angry, you usually come to regret. So keep silent & with daats release your troubled heart.

4 Comments

  1. #2 is just what the Aleksander rebbe told me when i complained that I am short to anger and I have such and such other problems, he said that i come over anger and the others will go away too.

    Comment by Asa Yitzchak — September 19, 2008 @ 8:33 pm

  2. Ah, I can’t win here with original stuff can I? I had just thought of that one logically but all things have been taught, as shlomo hamlech said, thtere is notthing new under the sun

    Comment by Reb Moshe — September 21, 2008 @ 2:06 am

  3. it means youre good. 🙂

    Comment by Asa Yitzchak — September 21, 2008 @ 6:36 am

  4. Worst yet, anger spreads like a virus. When a person is angry (or angry at other people), many more can become angry, especially children.

    Comment by Zechariah — September 22, 2008 @ 12:36 am

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