Keeping calm is one of the best decisions to make when you feel anger. When this feeling comes around, it would be better for you to take time and think so you can avoid saying or doing something you can regret later.
Instead of promoting a bad example, it would be better for you and others to apply the following things:
- Think before you speak and if necessary do not say anything be. The apostle James said it best: “each one, quick sea to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger” (James 1:19).You don’t have to jump in every debate. Often, the wisest man is the one who says nothing. Throwing your “grain of sand” can sometimes cause a voracious fire to spread. Just remain silent and let the fire go out.
- Promote peace. We are called to be ambassadors of Christ (2 Corinthians 5:20). But the best ambassadors are those who have the touch. They don’t go around shaking emotions; Ambassador phones use wisdom to promote goodwill. His words are “full of grace” (Col. 4: 6). The apostle Paul told the early Christians: ‘Let us do everything possible to do what leads to peace and mutual edification.’ (Romans 14:19) Don’t let the devil be used to tear people apart.
- Talk to people with kindness. Today, people get upset easily, but the fruit of the Spirit that God has in their children includes love, peace, goodness and sweetness (Galatians 5: 22-23). That´s why you have to decide to be the difference, you have to decide to be light in the darkness to give other hope.