*    Source: Awake ! January 2012
Key Scripture:“Be swift about hearing, slow about       wrath.” (James 1:19)
*   Try not to take yourself too seriously;that way you won’t easily be offended in the               first place.
*Sometimes we wanted to avoid the quarrel to burst out.A simple suggestion like trying to go for a walk gives you   a chan...
* There are times when you’re annoyed at someone.You have all those thoughts about how you burst your   anger to that pers...
*If someone is yelling and you don’t day anythingback, the person will eventually get tired of your                lack of...
* When we were younger, we used to think that every battle has to be fought and sometimes          made issues to everythi...
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How to tame your tounge

  1. 1. * Source: Awake ! January 2012
  2. 2. Key Scripture:“Be swift about hearing, slow about wrath.” (James 1:19)
  3. 3. * Try not to take yourself too seriously;that way you won’t easily be offended in the first place.
  4. 4. *Sometimes we wanted to avoid the quarrel to burst out.A simple suggestion like trying to go for a walk gives you a chance to be alone for a bit and gives you time to cool down.
  5. 5. * There are times when you’re annoyed at someone.You have all those thoughts about how you burst your anger to that person but by waiting and stayingcalm, you’ll soon realize how pointless your thoughts would have been.The lesson learned here is not reacting immediately to the baseless argument.
  6. 6. *If someone is yelling and you don’t day anythingback, the person will eventually get tired of your lack of response. Just be patient and don’t add fuel to the fire.
  7. 7. * When we were younger, we used to think that every battle has to be fought and sometimes made issues to everything.But as we grow older we learned that it’s better to let things roll off our backs.

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