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Controlling Rage quotes by A. N. Wilson
#1. If you know somebody is going to be awfully annoyed by something you write, that's obviously very satisfying, and if they howl with rage or cry, that's honey. #Quote by A. N. Wilson
Controlling Rage quotes by Bill Maher
#2. Old Testament, is really one of the most wickedest books you'll ever come across. God is an insecure, rage-filled hybrid of Bobby Knight and Suge Knight. He's got these anger issues that you can't believe. He's like John McCain if McCain could fart hail. He's pro-slavery, he's pro-polygamy, he's homophobic, he'll kill you for masturbating. #Quote by Bill Maher
Controlling Rage quotes by Phoebe Robinson
#3. Do not keep talking to the Devil's Advocate Guy or Gal aka DAG. I'm not against playing Devil's Advocate, because a lot can be gleaned from it. However, when it comes to topics such as homophobia, sexism and racism, a particular kind of DAG tends to rear its ugly head. This person isn't interested in having a fruitful discussion that will enrich everyone involved, nor do they have any intention to have an open and frank discussion about a difficult subject. This person is simply a shit-starter. Someone who is bored and wants to derail a conversation or has some inner rage that they are dying to unleash. During my days of blogging about race, I have encountered this person often. They start out as seemingly run-of-the-mill people, perhaps sharing slightly bias statistics but asking enough questions to seem like they are open to ideas. Eventually though, DAG will lose their cool, and reveal themselves for who they are. #Quote by Phoebe Robinson
Controlling Rage quotes by William Shakespeare
#4. How with this rage shall beauty hold a plea, Whose action is no stronger than a flower? - Sonnet LXV #Quote by William Shakespeare
Controlling Rage quotes by Robert Graves
#5. Some say that when the brothers met they were moved by true affection; that Esau forgave Jacob as they kissed and embraced; and that equal loving-kindness was shown between the many cousins, their children. Others, however, say that when Esau fell upon Jacob's neck, he tried to bite through his jugular vein, but the neck became hard as ivory, blunting Esau's teeth, which he therefore gnashed in futile rage. #Quote by Robert Graves
Controlling Rage quotes by Sandra Bullock
#6. I'm controlling, and I want everything orderly, and I need lists. My mind goes a mile a minute. I'm difficult on every single level. #Quote by Sandra Bullock
Controlling Rage quotes by Diriye Osman
#7. I wear makeup and I don dramatic attire because I like control. I'm not interested in controlling others but I'm invested in strict self-governance. This is why I don't do many face-to-face interviews. I don't like being caught off-guard. It all goes back to that attempt to create order amidst disorder. One of the most frightening things about losing your mind is that you feel like your body, your brain, every part of your essence is being invaded. There is such a palpable helplessness to that narrative and I hate the sense of victimhood that it implies. Certainly, this is how I felt during my moments of psychological disquiet. I felt like my personhood was under attack. Performativity is important to me because I'm the teller of my own stories. I have been performing these multiple roles for so long that they have bled into my identity. I have become the man that I always wanted to be. #Quote by Diriye Osman
Controlling Rage quotes by Margaret Atwood
#8. I did not pity her at all. In a way I admired her. I admired her lack of compunction, the courage of her bad manners, the energy of simple rage. Throwing a bag of spaghetti had a simplicity to it, a recklessness, a careless grandeur. #Quote by Margaret Atwood
Controlling Rage quotes by Laurent Fignon
#9. What made it harder to stomach was the fact that the pilot of the helicopter with the television cameras was particularly keen to do his job to the best of his ability by coming as close as he could to get pictures of me, even though he was almost mowing the number off my back with his rotor-blades. Obviously, the turbulence he caused pushed enough wind at me to slow me down a fair bit. Two or three times I came close to crashing and shook my fist at him. Guimard was beside himself with rage. So was I. In normal circumstances, if all the stages had been run off in the usual way, or even with the bare minimum of morality, the time trial would only have been of secondary importance because the race would have been decided well before. And I would have won my first Giro d'Italia in the most logical way possible. Instead of which my chest burned with pain: the pain you feel at injustice. #Quote by Laurent Fignon
Controlling Rage quotes by Kate Breslin
#10. But her tears wouldn't come. And right now, more than anything, she wanted to bellow her rage like an irate newborn forced to leave its mother's womb, loud and lusty enough to echo downstairs. Let them hear the sound of her heart breaking.
But all she heard was the roaring in her ears, the rasping of her own breath. #Quote by Kate Breslin
Controlling Rage quotes by Ken Lange
#11. The furious storm overhead speaks of Mother Nature's rage over some unknown violation, and since I'm the only one here, it's up to me to pay the tab. #Quote by Ken Lange
Controlling Rage quotes by Tom Hiddleston
#12. I had huge fun with Chris Evans, as Captain America, because super-soldier though he may be, he's still a man, up against a God who in his own mind is infinitely superior. Then, in the ring with The Hulk, we've got this silver tongued, lightening quick mind up against the embodiment of rage..Loki has this mercurial, transformative ability, not just physically but intellectually, so not all the fights are purely physical. Mind games? Maybe.. #Quote by Tom Hiddleston
Controlling Rage quotes by Eric Newby
#13. Mustering this sad, mutinous little force, I drove them before me up the Linar gorge, cursing the lot of them. It was not difficult for me to work up a rage at this moment. All of a sudden I felt that revulsion against an alien way of life that anyone who travels in remote places experiences from time to time. I longed for clean clothes; the company of people who meant what they said, and did it. I longed for a hot bath and a drink. #Quote by Eric Newby
Controlling Rage quotes by Ben Mitchell
#14. I hope I can never trust my wife. If I trust her it means I know her. If I know her it means I understand her. If I understand her it means I can control her, and if I can control her it would make her boring and uninteresting ... Dear god I hope I can never trust my wife ... #Quote by Ben Mitchell
Controlling Rage quotes by Zack De La Rocha
#15. Some of those that work forces are the same that burn crosses. #Quote by Zack De La Rocha
Controlling Rage quotes by Sarah J. Maas
#16. Every step. Every curve into darkness. Every moment of despair and rage and pain. It had led him to precisely where he needed to be. Where he wanted to be. #Quote by Sarah J. Maas
Controlling Rage quotes by Gloria Reuben
#17. I had been an activist on the issue of HIV, primarily in the African American and Latino communities here in the U.S. for many years. It was horrifying to me how the pandemic was raging right here in this country but no one was talking about it. #Quote by Gloria Reuben
Controlling Rage quotes by Cassie Scerbo
#18. It really bothers me when a guy is controlling. Don't just say 'I'm picking the place' - ask me where I want to go! #Quote by Cassie Scerbo
Controlling Rage quotes by Rachel Cohn
#19. Someone should pay for their sins.
I'll show you Awful, humans.
I can't even see what I'm doing. All I know is rage, and panic, and darkness. #Quote by Rachel Cohn
Controlling Rage quotes by Kate Brian
#20. I half hoped Mr. Pearson would waLk out holding Thomas by the scruff of his neck, still wearing his boxers or pajama pants or whatever the hell a guy like him slept in. But seconds later, when Mr. Pearson emerged, he was red with rage and completely alone.
Thomas was gone. #Quote by Kate Brian
Controlling Rage quotes by Esther Hicks
#21. It Is Not about Controlling Thoughts, It Is about Guiding Thoughts #Quote by Esther Hicks
Controlling Rage quotes by Bertrand Russell
#22. Life seems to me essentially passion, conflict, rage ... It is only intellect that keeps me sane; perhaps this makes me overvalue intellect against feeling. #Quote by Bertrand Russell
Controlling Rage quotes by Sarah J. Maas
#23. She didn't know what to do with it, that rage. It still burned and hunted her, still made her want to rip and roar and rend the world into pieces. She felt it all - too keenly, too sharply. Hated and cared and loved and dreaded, more than other people, she sometimes thought. #Quote by Sarah J. Maas
Controlling Rage quotes by Mahatma Gandhi
#24. The eternal duel between Ormuzd and Ahriman, God and Satan, is raging in my breast, which is one among their billion battlefields. #Quote by Mahatma Gandhi
Controlling Rage quotes by Jenna Brooks
#25. If you have survived an abuser, and you tried to make things right ... If you forgave, and you struggled, and even if the expression of your grief and your anger tumbled out at times in too much rage and too many words ... If you spent years hanging on to the concepts of faith, hope, and love, even after you knew in your heart that those intangibles, upon which life is formed and sustained, would fail in the end ... And especially, if you stood between your children - or anyone - and him, and took the physical, emotional, and spiritual pummeling in their stead, then you are a hero. #Quote by Jenna Brooks
Controlling Rage quotes by Sarah J. Maas
#26. You will keep other people out of it!" she screamed, so loudly that the birds stopped chattering. She thrashed against him, gripping his wrists. "No one else!"
"Tell me why, Aelin."
That gods-damned name . . . She dug her nails into his wrists. "Because I am sick of it!" She was gulping down air, each breath shuddering as the horrific realization she'd been holding at bay since Nehemia's death came loose. "I told her I would not help, so she orchestrated her own death. Because she thought . . ." She laughed - a horrible, wild sound. "She thought that her death would spur me into action. She thought I could somehow do more than her - that she was worth more dead. And she lied - about everything. She lied to me because I was a coward, and I hate her for it. I hate her for leaving me.
Rowan still pinned her, his warm blood dripping onto her face.
She had said it. Said the words she'd been choking on for weeks and weeks. The rage seeped from her like a wave pulling away from shore, and she let go of his wrists. #Quote by Sarah J. Maas
Controlling Rage quotes by Christopher Dines
#27. There are many people who are consciously aware of their inner rage although they might not know exactly what it is and why it erupts in them. #Quote by Christopher Dines
Controlling Rage quotes by Gudjon Bergmann
#28. Some events in life are so overwhelming that people will experience stress no matter how good they are at controlling their minds in normal circumstances. #Quote by Gudjon Bergmann
Controlling Rage quotes by Donald Miller
#29. I used love like money, but love doesn't work like money. It is not a commodity. When we barter with it, we all lose. When the church does not love it's enemies, it fuels their rage. It makes them hate us more. #Quote by Donald Miller
Controlling Rage quotes by William Butler Yeats
#30. Much did I rage when young, Being by the world oppressed, But now with flattering tongue It speeds the parting guest. #Quote by William Butler Yeats
Controlling Rage quotes by Christopher Brookmyre
#31. This is Glesca ... Any time you're confused, take a wee minute to remind yourself of that inescapable fact: this is Glesca. We don't do subtle, we don't do nuanced, we don't do conspiracy. We do pish-heid bampot bludgeoning his girlfriend to death in a fit of paranoid rage induced by forty-eight hours straight on the batter. We do coked-up neds jumping on a guy's heid outside a nightclub because he looked at them funny. We do drug-dealing gangster rockets shooting other drug-dealing gangster rockets as comeback for something almost identical a fortnight ago. We do bam-on-bam. We do tit-for-tat, score-settling, feuds, jealousy, petty revenge. We do straightforward. We do obvious. We do cannaemisswhodunit. When you hear hoofbeats on Sauchiehall Street, it's gaunny be a horse, no' a zebra ... '. #Quote by Christopher Brookmyre
Controlling Rage quotes by Robert L. Sumner
#32. Abel was also the first of the human family to experience physical death- and it was through murder! He suffered death because of another's sin, the transgression of his elder brother Cain, who, in a fit of rage, killed him in cold blood. At the same time, thanks to faith in the sin-offering, he overcame death. The first man to descend into the Valley of the Shadow of Death was the first one to triumphantly march straight through it into the Paradise of Glory. He stepped from the excruciating pain of mortal manslaughter's hate into the exquisite land of eternal delights prepared by the Father's love! He led the way, like a pioneer, for all subsequent generations of men and women of faith throughout human history. #Quote by Robert L. Sumner
Controlling Rage quotes by Sybil MacBeth
#33. Hen someone says "please pray for me," they are not just saying "let's have lunch sometime." They are issuing an invitation into the depths of their lives and their humanity- and often with some urgency. And worry is not a substitute for prayer. Worry is a starting place, but not a staying place. Worry invites me into prayer. As a staying place, worry can be self-indulgent, paralyzing, draining, and controlling. When I take worry into prayer, it doesn't disappear, but it becomes smaller. #Quote by Sybil MacBeth
Controlling Rage quotes by Bertrand Russell
#34. But courage in fighting is by no means the only form, nor perhaps even the most important. There is courage in facing poverty, courage in facing derision, courage in facing the hostility of one's own herd. In these, the bravest soldiers are often lamentably deficient. And above all there is the courage to think calmly and rationally in the face of danger, and to control the impulse of panic fear or panic rage. #Quote by Bertrand Russell
Controlling Rage quotes by Rob Bell
#35. Suffering is traumatic and awful and we get angry and we shake our fists at the heavens and we vent and rage and weep. But in the process we discover a new tomorrow, one we never would have imagined otherwise. #Quote by Rob Bell
Controlling Rage quotes by Daniel Amen
#36. The anterior cingulate fires up as the end result of a series of events. First, estrogen levels fall. Meanwhile, serotonin, the feel-good neurotransmitter, also decreases. The deficiency in serotonin causes the anterior cingulate gyrus to fire up. To make things worse, just about this time the PFC tends to quiet down, which is why women may have a hard time focusing and controlling impulses. So we see emotional difficulties, intensified feelings of sadness, and disturbed sleep. #Quote by Daniel Amen
Controlling Rage quotes by Rebecca West
#37. Anthologies are mischievous things. Some years ago there was a rage for chemically predigested food, which was only suppressed when doctors pointed out that since human beings had been given teeth and digestive organs they had to be used or they degenerated very rapidly. Anthologies are predigested food for the brain. #Quote by Rebecca West
Controlling Rage quotes by Eleanor Catton
#38. Liberty and security!" he cried, waving his arm again. "Is that not what it comes down to? You see, I know the argument already! I know the form of it! Liberty over security, security over liberty ... provision from the father, freedom for the son. Of course the father might be too controlling - that can happen - and the son might be wasteful ... prodigal ... but it's the same quarrel, every time. Lovers too," he added, when Moody did not interject. "It's the same for lovers, too: at bottom, always, the same dispute. #Quote by Eleanor Catton
Controlling Rage quotes by Rob Delaney
#39. I don't think of marriage as the drudge work that a lot of sitcoms and movies might have shown it to be, I think it's more deadly murderous rage, unadulterated passion, soul-crushing purgatorial dread ... It's more interesting. #Quote by Rob Delaney
Controlling Rage quotes by Blank Text
#40. I loved you, I trusted you, but you lied to me, deceived my heart and poisoned my life.
Now I'm corrupt, I hurt people all in rage of you, but I can't help it.
I'm nothing to you now, never was, but your acting still made it hurt. So thanks to you, I hate you too, but my heart will always cry. #Quote by Blank Text
Controlling Rage quotes by Lidia Yuknavitch
#41. Where does repressed pain and rage go in a body? Does the wound of daughter turn to something else if left unattended? Does it bloom in the belly like an anti-child, like an organic mass made of emotions that didn't have anywhere to go? How do we name the pain of rage in a woman? Mother? #Quote by Lidia Yuknavitch
Controlling Rage quotes by Jennifer L. Armentrout
#42. All the pent up, helpless rage formed a wrecking ball inside of me. Maintaining human form was near impossible. I wanted to hit something - destroy something. I needed to.
"Daemon, no one - "
"Shut up," I said, turning to where Matthew sat in the corner of the room. Right this moment I wanted to destroy him. "Just shut the hell up. #Quote by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Controlling Rage quotes by John J. Bonk
#43. She's like the Pied Piper of Manhattan--with road rage." - Madhattan Mystery #Quote by John J. Bonk
Controlling Rage quotes by Richard Wiseman
#44. We're starting to realize that magicians have a lot of implicit know-ledge about how we perceive the world around us because they have to deceive us in terms of controlling attention, exploiting the assumptions we make when we do and don't notice a change in our environment. There is an enormous amount of really detailed instruction on how to perform magic. People are always blown away by how detailed a description you'll have. #Quote by Richard Wiseman

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