Anger is the ultimate
Anger is the ultimate troublemaker. I feel you can express a strong disapproval or dislike of an object without losing your temper.
And if it is necessary to express your views and take strong countermeasures, do so without anger or ill intent.
The ultimate authority must always rest with the individual’s own reason and critical analysis.
“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” – Leonardo da Vinci
U – Ultimate
G – Glorious
A – Amazing
D – Days r
I – in front of U
Telugu samvatsaradi UGAADI subhakankshalu
“The ultimate reason for setting goals is to entice you to become the person it takes to achieve them.” – Jim Rohn
When you Develop The Ability to Listen To Anything Without Losing your Temper Or Self-Confidence, It Means You Have Become Educated.
Learning to forgive is much more useful than merely picking up a stone and throwing it at the object of one’s anger.
When hatred or anger are generated they have the capacity to destroy one’s virtue and calmness of mind.
Anger and hatred cannot bring harmony. The noble task of arms control and disarmament can’t be controlled by confrontation and condemnation.