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An old expression that you don’t hear much anymore is, “Do as I say and not as I do.” Ironically, I should have been telling that to myself last week.

On Wednesday, I gave a brief reflection to a church group and chose the topic of anger. The main points were that no matter how hard we try will still have bad days and occasional flashes of anger, but we can use our God-given gift of a sense of humor and share our thoughts in prayerful conversation with God to cope.

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