© Bangkok Post

Need anger management? Who doesn’t? In the Bangkok Post, Phra Maha Vuthichai Vachiramethi writes about three kinds of anger:

Anger may manifest itself in the following ways: – Like a line drawn across water, anger that disappears quickly. – Like a line drawn in the sand, disappearing when a wave washes ashore. – Like a line carved into a stone, surviving all kinds of weather conditions over thousands and thousands of years. Anger is not a physical entity, but once it appears, its destructive potential is far more devastating than any nuclear weapon.

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