THINK for yourself

I knew a man, now deceased a decade or more, who was usually mild mannered and reasonable. But now and then he would erupt in a rage. His daughter once showed me wall patches in their home where he had smashed his fist, and one hollow-panel door that was still splintered.

This tendency was heartrending because of its effects not only on the home and family but also on the man himself. After a flare-up, he would be overwhelmed with remorse and shame. With all his heart and soul, this dear man yearned to control his temper—which had to start with controlling his thinking.

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