Messages of inspiration from President Thomas S. Monson

Refrain from anger

We experience displeasure or irritation or antagonism, and if we so choose, we lose our temper and become angry with others. Ironically, those others are often members of our own families — the people we really love the most. …

May we make a conscious decision, each time such a decision must be made, to refrain from anger and to leave unsaid the harsh and hurtful things we may be tempted to say. — "School Thy Feelings, O My Brother," Ensign, November 2009, pp. 68-69

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