Anger (031-060)

Drunkenness and anger speak truly.
— Irish

Even a fly has its anger.
— Italian

Great anger is more destructive than the sword.
— Indian (Tamil)

He who conquers his anger
has conquered an enemy.
— German

He who becomes angry for no reason
becomes friendly again for no reason.
— Yiddish

He who conquers his anger
has conquered an enemy.
— German

He that is angry is seldom at ease.
— Scottish

He that is angry without a cause must settle without amends.
— Scottish

He who is angry with the world must be tired of it.
— African (Hausa)

He that is angry is not at ease.
— English

If you are patient in one moment of anger,
you will escape a hundred days of sorrow.
— Chinese

If a clever man is angry, his wisdom quits him.
— Hebrew

In proportion as anger comes, sense departs.
— Turkish

It is truth that makes a man angry.
— Italian

Kill your anger while it is small.
— Slovak

Love's anger is fuel to love.
— German

Poverty and anger do not agree.
— African (Egypt)

The more violent the love,
the more violent the anger.
— Burmese

The angry and the weak are their own enemies.
— Russian

The anger of the prudent never shows.
— Burmese

Time is anger's medicine.
— German

Two things a man should never be angry at:
what he can help, and what he cannot help.
— Scottish

When the shepherd is angry with his flock,
he appoints a blind sheep as leader.
— Hebrew

When anger blinds the eyes, truth disappears.
— Danish

When you give vent to your feelings,
your anger leaves you.
— Yiddish

When a man grows angry his reason rides out.
— English

When anger ceases, revenge ceases.
— Indian (Tamil)

When meat is in, anger is out.
— English

With anger you don't get too far.
— Yiddish

You may gain by fair words what may fail you by angry ones.
— Danish

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