Tag Archives: anger

Danger on the Highway

Is anger endangering your life? You are probably in greater danger than you realize. According to AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, approximately 80% of U.S. drivers have expressed anger toward other drivers within the last year, ranging from showing annoyance through yelling or honking to purposefully ramming another vehicle. What is most alarming is the number…

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What’s Our Problem?

What’s our problem, anger or fear? In TheNational, Rashmee Roshan Lall contends that “Fear, not anger, is gripping voters around the world.” Anger is filling the airwaves and is even evident in political crowds, but I tend to agree with Lall. Something happened several years ago that led me to believe fear is the real issue.…

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It’s Hard to Pray . . .

Have you ever been in the middle of family tension—i.e. a fight—just before a meal? Everybody sits down to an awkward silence because nobody wants to pray. It’s hard to pray in an angry atmosphere, especially if you are part of the ruckus. When the privilege falls to me, my first reaction is, “I don’t…

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