''I lose my temper, but it's all over in a minute,'' said the student. ''So is the hydrogen bomb,'' I replied. ''But think of the damage it produces!
A man makes inferiors his superiors by heat; self-control is the rule.
A soft answer truth away wrath, but grievous words stir up anger. [Proverbs 15:1]
A vigorous temper is not altogether an evil. Men who are easy as an old shoe are generally of little worth.
A wave of anger washed over me, anger against myself, at my age at the time, that stupid lyrically age, when a man is too great a riddle to himself to be interested in the riddles outside himself and when other people are mere walking mirrors in which he is amazed to find his own emotions, his own worth.
Act nothing in a furious passion. It's putting to sea in a storm.
All anger is not sinful, because some degree of it, and on some occasions, is inevitable. But it becomes sinful and contradicts the rule of Scripture when it is conceived upon slight and inadequate provocation, and when it continues long.
Always keep your composure. You can't score from the penalty box; and to win, you have to score.
An angry man is again angry with himself when he returns to reason.
An angry man opens his mouth and shuts his eyes.
Anger and intolerance are the twin enemies of correct understanding.
Anger as soon as fed is dead; 'Tis starving makes it fat.
Anger begins with folly, and ends with repentance.
Anger blows out the lamp of the mind. In the examination of a great and important question, everyone should be serene, slow-pulsed and calm.
Anger cannot be dishonest.
Anger is a brief lunacy.
Anger is a great force. If you control it, it can be transmuted into a power which can move the whole world.
Anger is a momentary madness, so control your passion or it will control you.
Anger is a noble infirmity; the generous failing of the just; the one degree that riseth above zeal, asserting the prerogative of virtue.
Anger is a wind which blows out the lamp of the mind.