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#  In circumstances where necessary to admonish one's children, one should try to outwardly give off the impression of being angry but not actually getting angry on the inside. <ref> Shulchan Aruch Hamiddot vol. 1 pg. 184 </ref>  
 
#  In circumstances where necessary to admonish one's children, one should try to outwardly give off the impression of being angry but not actually getting angry on the inside. <ref> Shulchan Aruch Hamiddot vol. 1 pg. 184 </ref>  
 
# One should avoid yelling and screaming and banging on the table to prove one's point. However, one may show excitement and can become upset if he is doing so pure heartedly as an expression of love for truth. Anger or losing one's temper out of frustration of being disagreed with is forbidden. <ref> Shulchan Aruch HaMiddot vol. 1 pg. 205 </ref>  
 
# One should avoid yelling and screaming and banging on the table to prove one's point. However, one may show excitement and can become upset if he is doing so pure heartedly as an expression of love for truth. Anger or losing one's temper out of frustration of being disagreed with is forbidden. <ref> Shulchan Aruch HaMiddot vol. 1 pg. 205 </ref>  
# One should avoid praying when angry. <ref> Shulchan Aruch OC 93:2. Shulchan Aruch Hamiddot vol. 1 pg. 212 quotes the Orchot Tzaddikim who brings two reasons for this: # One can not have proper concentration at that time.
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# One should avoid praying when angry. <ref> Shulchan Aruch OC 93:2. Shulchan Aruch Hamiddot vol. 1 pg. 212 quotes the Orchot Tzaddikim who brings two reasons for this:
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# One can not have proper concentration at that time.
 
# The Shechinah does not rest upon a person who is angry. </ref>  
 
# The Shechinah does not rest upon a person who is angry. </ref>  
  
 
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Revision as of 20:57, 7 November 2013

  1. One should try to avoid anger as much as possible. [1]
  2. In circumstances where necessary to admonish one's children, one should try to outwardly give off the impression of being angry but not actually getting angry on the inside. [2]
  3. One should avoid yelling and screaming and banging on the table to prove one's point. However, one may show excitement and can become upset if he is doing so pure heartedly as an expression of love for truth. Anger or losing one's temper out of frustration of being disagreed with is forbidden. [3]
  4. One should avoid praying when angry. [4]

Sources

  1. Rambam Hilchot Deot 2:3
  2. Shulchan Aruch Hamiddot vol. 1 pg. 184
  3. Shulchan Aruch HaMiddot vol. 1 pg. 205
  4. Shulchan Aruch OC 93:2. Shulchan Aruch Hamiddot vol. 1 pg. 212 quotes the Orchot Tzaddikim who brings two reasons for this:
    1. One can not have proper concentration at that time.
    2. The Shechinah does not rest upon a person who is angry.