Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 11 Oct 2011 11:49 and updated at 11 Oct 2011 11:49


tkl.1.1.03 The Anger of those who have ascended the Mountain of goodness, though it continue but for a moment, cannot be resisted.
tkl.1.1.04 That conduct is Virtue which is free from these Four things, viz, Malice, Desire, Anger and bitter Speech.
tkl.1.2.09 Virtue, seeking for an opportunity, will come into the path of that man who, possessed of learning and self control, guards himself against Anger.
tkl.1.3.07 He restrains his Anger who restrains it when it can injure; when it cannot injure, what does it matter whether he restrain it, or not
tkl.1.3.07 Anger is bad, even when it cannot injure; when it can injure; there is no greater Evil.
tkl.1.3.07 Forget Anger towards every one, as fountains of Evil spring from it.
tkl.1.3.07 Is there a greater Enemy than Anger, which kills both laughter and joy
tkl.1.3.07 If a man would guard himself, let him guard against Anger; if he do not guard it, Anger will kill him.
tkl.1.3.07 The fire of Anger will burn up even the pleasant raft of Friendship.
tkl.1.3.07 Destruction will come upon him who ragards Anger as a good thing, as surely as the hand of him who strikes the ground will not fail.
tkl.1.3.07 Though one commit things against you as painful (to bear) as if a bundle of fire had been thrust upon you, it will be well, to refrain, if possible, from Anger.
tkl.1.3.07 If a man never indulges Anger in his Heart, he will at once obtain whatever he has thought of.
tkl.1.3.07 Those, who give way to excessive Anger, are no better than dead men; but those, who are freed from it, are equal to those who are freed (from death).
tkl.1.3.12 If the very names of these Three things, Desire, Anger, and confusion of Mind, be destroyed, then will also perish Evils (which flow from them).
tkl.2.1.06 Truly great is the excellence of those (kings) who are free from pride, Anger, and Lust.
tkl.2.1.11 The wise will not immediately and hastily shew out their Anger; they will watch their time, and restrain it within.
tkl.2.1.16 More Evil than excessive Anger, is Forgetfulness which springs from the intoxication of great joy.
tkl.2.1.19 The prosperity of that King will waste away, who without reflecting (on his affairs himself), commits them to his Ministers, and (when a failure occurs) gives way to Anger, and rages against them.
tkl.2.3.14 He who neither refrains from Anger nor keeps his secrets will at all times and in all places be easily conquered by all.
tkl.2.3.14 Highly to be Desired is the hatred of him whose Anger is blind, and whose Lust increases beyond measure.
tkl.3.1.02 The slighting words that Anger feign, while Eyes their Love reveal.
tkl.3.2.14 So did I Anger feign, though it must falsehood seem?
tkl.3.2.14 Her eye, as I drew nigh one day, with Anger shone:
tkl.3.2.17 3.2.17. Feigned Anger
tkl.3.2.17 What all, what all? she instant cried; And all her Anger woke.
tkl.3.2.17 She hailed me when I sneezed one day; But straight with Anger seized,
tkl.3.2.18 My Anger feigned gives but a little pain;
tkl.3.2.18 Within the Anger feigned that close Love s tie doth bind,
tkl.3.2.18 In Love, than union s self is Anger feigned more sweet.
tkl.3.2.18 With dewy brow; to which feigned Anger lent its piquant grace.

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