Civilization began the first time an angry person cast a word instead of a rock.— Sigmund Freud
Off-limits Angry Words quotations
Don't promise when you're happy. Don't reply when you're angry and don't decide when you're sad.
Anger is one letter short of danger.
Depression is merely anger without enthusiasm.
A friend is someone who knows the song in your heart, and can sing it back to you when you have forgotten the words.
Do not teach your children never to be angry; teach them how to be angry.
You can measure the happiness of a marriage by the number of scars that each partner carries on their tongues, earned from years of biting back angry words.
A loud voice is not always angry; a soft voice not always to be dismissed; and a well-placed silence can be the indisputable last word.
You will continue to suffer if you have an emotional reaction to everything that is said to you. True power is sitting back and observing everything with logic. If words control your that means everyone can control you. Breathe and allow things to pass.
Where there is anger, there is always pain underneath.
It's no coincidence that good words make us feel good and that hurtful or angry words make us feel bad. There is a 100 percent correlation between the words we choose and how we feel.
Thinking of what Jesus did NOT say from the cross: not a bitter, angry, unkind, whining, profane, unnecessary word. There is none like Him!
It's better to cry than to be angry; because anger hurts others, while tears flow silently through the soul and cleanses the heart.
Here stands a girl clutching a knife.
There is grease on the stove, blood in the air, and angry words piled in the corners. We are trained not to see it, not to see any of it. . . . Someone just ripped off my eyelids.
Sorrowful words become the sorrowful;
angry words suit the passionate; light words a playful expression; serious words suit the grave. [Lat., Tristia maestum Vultum verba decent; iratum, plena minarum; Ludentem, lasciva: severum, seria dictu.]
Anger repressed can poison a relationship as surely as the crudest words.
Don't waste words on people who deserve your silence. Sometimes the most powerful thing you can say is nothing at all.
We are all substantially flawed, wounded, angry, hurt, here on Earth.
But this human condition, so painful to us, and in someways shameful- because we feel we are weak when the reality of ourselves is exposed- is made much more bearable when it is shared, face to face, in words that have expressive human eyes behind them.
Don't get angry. Try not to speak roughly or use harsh words.
There's still a lot I'm angry about, a lot of human behaviour that's appalling and despicable, but you choose what you can fight against. I always thought if I could just put something in words perfectly enough, people would get the idea and it would change things.
Be careful with your words, once they are said, they can be only forgiven, not forgotten.
All I can say is I've been reading the lips of bleeped-out words, angry baseball players, and stoned-out rock stars on awards shows for years and it's been hilarious. Everyone is always asking me what the bleeped-out parts are saying.
We are a culture that relies on technology over community, a society in which spoken and written words are cheap, easy to come by, and excessive. Our culture says anything goes; fear of God is almost unheard of. We are slow to listen, quick to speak, and quick to become angry.
Do no sinful action, speak no angry word; ye belong to Jesus, children of the Lord.
Be sure to taste your words before you spit them out.
When a man is wrong and won't admit is, he always gets angry.
Trump is loose and obvious with his facial expressions.
You could watch Donald Trump in a debate and not hear any of the words and you'll still get a sense for when he's pleased, when he's angry and when he's not.
You must learn to follow privately the Lord's bidding: not to speak empty words, not to adorn yourself, always to obey authority, not to look at a woman with desire, not to be angry and much else.
Fools live to regret their words, the wise regret their silence.
Before you speak, my friend, remember, a spiritual man contain his anger.
Angry words are like slap in de face.
The newspaper is under fire for refusing to kowtow to left-wing word police and militant propagandists who demand unfettered illegal immigration. Last week, in the wake of angry protests against the publication, vandals threw paint bombs and spray-painted graffiti on its offices.
Rash, angry words, and spoken out of season, When passion has usurp'd the throne of reason, Have ruin'd many. Passion is unjust, And for an idle, transitory gust Of gratified revenge, dooms us to pay With long repentance at a later day.
No matter what people tell you, words and ideas can change the world.
Jealousy is such a direct attack on whatever measure of confidence you’ve been able to muster. But if you continue to write, you are probably going to have to deal with it, because some wonderful, dazzling successes are going to happen for some of the most awful, angry, undeserving writers you know-people who are, in other words, not you.
I think if we can't use the word feminist, if it's some kind of taboo or dirty word, or means you're ugly, or you're angry, or you're not dateable [laughs], then you've just reduced the language by a whole concept.
Sticks and stones are hard on bones aimed with angry art.
Words can sting like anything but silence breaks the heart.
I don't trust words. I trust actions.
When you assume you make a you-know-what out of U and me.
Yep, so let's stop assuming so much. We are often quick to explain details to strangers, who we understand might not be reading our minds, but we often assume that those people closest to us, those who share our household such as spouses, children parents and siblings, can read our minds. And we get upset with them when they don't go figure. I wonder how many angry words are directed not at an action or inaction as would at first appear, but simply at the fact that somebody did not read our minds. So let's give those people we care most about the benefit of the doubt and do a little less assuming and a little more explaining.
I am known to be able to take care of myself when I become angry. I don't mince words.
White people are getting more and more angry every day, Donald Trump was elected that the mask of civility - like an onion peeling - is being peeled off. Now naked hatred, not only in word but in deed, is being openly shown to us.
Let your dreams be bigger than your fears and your actions louder than your words.
I've always considered myself a feminist, which is such a tough word for people.
Some people immediately assume that you're angry or you hate men, which is obviously not true.
Over the last two or so decades, there's been an increase in thinking among the Left, liberals, intellectuals in the direction of so-called spontaneity. In other words that uprisings happen spontaneously, people are frustrated, angry, then they spontaneously rise up. And what they don't require is preparation, or what we used to call leadership.
Speaking your truth with love ensures that others will hear your message, since angry words can shut down communication.
Anger is preverbal, so, by the time you're using words to express an angry feeling, you're already imposing loads of structure on that primal experience.
Anger should never be permitted to rise in our bosoms, and words suggested by angry feelings should never be permitted to pass our lips. 'A soft answer turneth away wrath, but grievous words stir up anger'.