Anonymous Quote by Michael Mamas | Saturday, July 6, 2013 | Personal Growth | 5 comments “Speak in anger and you’ll give the greatest speech you’ll ever regret.” – Anonymous © Michael Mamas. All rights reserved. Share this blog...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail 5 Comments Craig on July 6, 2013 at 9:12 pm LOL! Ain’t that the truth! Joy Anna on July 7, 2013 at 7:27 pm As the bull well illustrates, even just a look speaks volumes! Actually, a glance can say much more than we allow our words to voice. They can even conflict… How often does someone who “misunderstands” us reveal to us some truth about what our energy is broadcasting? AND the fact that it is largely denied or unconscious? (Whew; my sermon is hitting home to MYSELF!) Then look at the defenses we have against admitting this truth we try so hard to hide… What’s at stake? Really? Gregg on July 8, 2013 at 12:38 am Seems like that general rule extends to most actions and thoughts, differing only in intensity in the blowback. It is part of the naturally functioning emotional landscape, however, and anger helps inform us of violated expectations, and when expressed can inform others of our feelings and emotions more clearly than a thousand calm thoughtful words. As with everything, there’s a time and place for it. By the way, I’m really angry at Anonymous for creating all these great sayings over the years without having the guts to come out in the open about who he or she is. Michael Mamas on July 8, 2013 at 8:26 am I believe Mr. Anonymous goes by the alias of Mr. Grapevine. Charlotte S on July 9, 2013 at 7:39 pm I’m also wondering about the anger that is never openly expressed and how it finds a home in the body. Purifying up here at Mount Soma is bringing up a muscle that keeps spasming, one that always gave me trouble when I internalized anger with my 1st ex-husband. I wonder if I would have regretted it more had I spoken; of course, I didn’t have the grounding in personal process and giving myself the liberty of sitting with it instead of on it.