Having a cool head always defuses bad situations (Proverbs 15:1:18, 25:11, 30:33).
If you place matches and cans of gasoline in an enclosed area you create the possibility of combustion. So never do anything when mad—just step back, take a deep breath and regain your composure. One must do so even if it involves taking a walk around the block or getting into a car and going for a drive (James 1:19-20).
And by the way, if you do go for that drive don’t scream the tires as you drive off and don’t slam the door as you walk out of the house. Just calmly walk outside, get into your car and go for the drive so you can calm yourself and think about the situation. Now yes, all this involves work, but so does anything that one is trying to build.
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