What we do to ourselves


Holding anger is a poison.
It eats you from inside.
We think that hating is a weapon
that attacks the person who harmed us.
But hatred is a curved blade.
And the harm we do, we do to ourselves.

~Mitch Albom


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  1. Carlos Bation

    September 21, 2014

    Ohhh…again ingat lagi jenh ..have a most peaceful day ..

  2. Iceman Westside

    September 21, 2014

    Namaste' Mitch Albom ,Namaste' Jen, Namaste' Selah . At this Moment there are 4 of Us who believe Anger is Poisoning! So LUV must be the cure to cleanse the Poison ? I do Believe in my Heart , its the Light for All . 1LUV in Peace for All !

  3. Raghav panday

    September 21, 2014

    Hi, I am in ooty now the signal is so bad ,,,,,

  4. Jayesh Thakkar

    September 21, 2014

    Good morning Jendhamuni Sos. Hope everything is fine at your side.

  5. Sheila Zulfiqar Ahmed

    September 21, 2014

    Sometimes to teach someone a lesson holding anger is good..it will reform them and save many others who could be hurt by that person..In such case holding anger is Godliness

  6. vandana manhas

    September 21, 2014

    very nice lines good night dear nong 🙂

  7. Vuyo Rorwna

    September 21, 2014

    Its true its not nice to keep secret

  8. Joseph Okoh

    September 21, 2014

    u right. hatred his a harm we cause my ourself
    but if we have the spirit of forgiveness all is gone.

  9. Carlos Bation

    September 21, 2014

    Hi jeanh good morning /afernoon..wake up early preapare for jogging after that we meet atty casan for my summons in municipal trial court branch3 ..have a most peaceful day..

  10. Beverly Rieber

    September 21, 2014


  11. Deane Sagato

    September 22, 2014

    very true Jen. thank you…

  12. bhishma pratap singh

    September 22, 2014

    Yes both anger and hatrid are harmful to us yet we have both in our lives plus. Need is to control both and keep away them of our heart. Still we can try to avoid the flert.

  13. peter otolim

    September 22, 2014

    it makes us behave like animals

  14. vaishnavi s

    September 23, 2014

    wow …………..super

  15. mark beach

    September 23, 2014

    i love purple roses!!!!!+1

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