Freedom from Anger

by Petrina Lew

The image of a pair of handcuffs illustrates being freed from struggling with anger and forgiveness. I am very protective over my loved ones, so when they get harmed in any way, I would be boiling in anger and hoped that the culprit will get the taste of their own medicine. Through the School of Witness (SOW), I came to realise that when someone deliberately hurt others, it stems from their own insecurities. When I find myself getting angry now, I would pause and not say/act on it but ask the Lord to save me as well as to pray for that person.

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