Q: People say that Kohanim are generally known to be ka’asanim, angry people. How can we reconcile this attitude with what we know are the consequences of anger?
Q: It says that Hillel never became angry. How is it possible that he never became angry?
Q: It’s brought down that Hillel lo hikpid b’soch beiso, Hillel never got angry in his home. Could you explain that?
Q: How does one break the habit of losing one’s temper?
Q: The גמרא says that when a תלמיד חכם gets angry, that it’s not really him getting angry, it’s just the תורה inside him, that’s boiling up (Ta’anis 4a). What is that supposed to mean?
Q: When things don’t go the way I planned, how do I avoid getting angry about it?
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