The current post talks a bit about public display of anger. The inspiration for this article was obtained after reading the following Chanakya Quote.
संसदी शत्रु न परिक्रोशेत् |
It means “Not to display anger towards your opponent in public.” Let’s dig deeper.
It’s about how You look?
It matters how we present ourselves in front of others. It’s important that we present ourselves as stable and reliable beings. Also, it must be noted that most of the people will easily forget your good deeds, but will remember your inappropriate acts. By displaying anger you yourself ruin your image in their eyes.
It is not a good idea to present yourself as an angry & negative guy in front of your friends, boss, co-workers, or the person next door.
* It matters that you matter in eyes of people who matter.
It only adds to the problem:
A man’s priority must be to avoid any unnecessary friction in life. Any act being performed under influence of anger (the state where you lose control) will only add to the problems.
- First of all you’ll alert your opponent about your intentions.
- Also, you will present yourself for the counter attacks.
Those two things would have never occurred, but you failed to control your anger and that too in public.
* Public allegations leaves the alleged with fewer, but stringent options.
* A planned display of anger is something different. Every great politician is well aware about this little trick. They oppose, but rarely lose control while addressing any issue.
It’s not ok to loose control at any instance and the situation worsens when you do it publically. It’s important that we continue increasing the count of our supporters. One way to do so is by not humiliating anyone. Even if you fail in gathering some support, then at least the count of your opponents will not rise. The simple moral is to use discretion as and when required.