Monday, October 29, 2007
"The bravest is one who can control his anger." This is one of the beautiful dictums of a great man whose name is "Loftiness". If we reflect a little on it, we would come to realize how powerful a statement it is. Usually bravery is established in front of an outer enemy. What if the enemy would like to attack from within? This is when it becomes most challenging!! If the attacker is human anger, and we are able to arrest and render it subservient, we would have practically established our bravery and courageousness. This is because the enemy is right inside "us"!!!!
Posted by Muhammad Khalfan (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 8:24 AM