Step 8 On freedom from anger and on meekness.
1. As the gradual pouring of water on
2. Freedom from anger, or placidity, is an insatiable appetite for
3. Meekness is an immovable state of soul which remains unaffected whether in
4. The beginning of freedom from anger is
5. Anger is a reminder of hidden hatred, that is to say, remembrance of wrongs. Anger is a desire for the injury of the one who has provoked you. Irascibility is the untimely blazing up of the heart. Bitterness is a movement of displeasure seated in the soul. Peevishness is a changeable movement of one’s disposition and disorder of soul.