Wren and Martin Chapter 33: Paragraph Writing, Exercise 132, Question 6 | Paragraph Title: Anger
We are all slaves of our emotions. Anger, one of those emotions, is the emotion of heated displeasure. It is the emotion that may change the man completely. One may be angry due to someone else’s mistakes, due to quarrels, displeasure, mismanagement or jealousy. One’s ways to get angry may change by his mood and circumstances. A man in the heat of anger may use foul words, may lose self control, may get into a rage, may lose his friends and may create many foes. A man should control his anger and not enslave himself to anger, his worst enemy.