People can be anger for a variety of reasons. For example, the famous French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre drew this conclusion:
Smart people don’t get angry, because anger implies a limited worldview.
Causes can also include heredity, upbringing, and the person’s environment. But the most important cause of anger will be told in the parable, and from it the conclusion of how one should behave with such people. After all, understanding the cause is the key to solving it.
A parable about anger
In one village there was a teacher who was a mean and mean person. The children often complained about him to their parents because he was too strict, making unfair remarks and giving them low grades. But, alas, there were no other teachers in the village, so we had to put up with this state of affairs.
But there is a limit to everything, and the parents began to think about how to solve this problem. So they went to the local sage for advice. When the wise man listened to them, he told them:
It’s simple, isn’t it? Malice is a kind of disease. There are diseases of the body, and anger is a disease of the spirit. The body gets sick because of a lack of vitamins, and the soul gets sick because of a lack of love. Therefore, most often people become angry and harmful, because no one loved them, and they did not receive love from those around them.
And other people do not understand this, and their anger is responded to with the same coin. That makes them even more angry and tense. Of course, if such people are aggressive, you have to defend yourself against them. But the only way to change them, if you can’t stay away from them, is this.
Let your children at least not react to his antics, do not respond to his anger with anger, but try, as far as they have strength, with kindness and with compassion to treat him. With this approach, his heart is sure to melt sooner or later.
The parents gave the children the sage’s advice, and the children changed their behavior.
They began to talk to him in a friendly way, even if he was sometimes rude. Before, they had snapped, argued, and called him names when he was unfair, but now they simply ignored his words. Between classes they joked with him and brought up different interesting topics. And if there were holidays, they gave him presents.
And a few months later a miracle happened – he gave the first high mark to one of the students, which he had never done before, and warmly thanked all the children for their kindness to him. Since then, the lessons were a joy to everyone, and the atmosphere in the school became cozy and comfortable.