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Angry Nails-Small Story



There was a boy who was so angry with his friends at school that he was often sent home. His anger was disrupting the class and damaging the other students.

His father came up with a plan to try to stop the boy from getting angry easily. She gave her son a hammer and some nails and told him to drive a nail into the family fence every time the boy got angry the next time.

The next day, the boy became angry 37 times, and he had to point many nails at the fence.

Over the next few weeks, the boy got tired of inserting nails into the wire and gradually began to control his temper. Gradually, the number of nails in the fence began to fall off. The boy realized that it was easier to keep calm when he began to feel angry than to pick up his tools, go outside, and start hammering.


Eventually, the boy stopped being angry. His father noticed, and he told the boy to take his nails off the phone every day so that he could control his temper.

Eventually, as the churches progressed, all the nails were pulled out of the fence. The father and son then stood in front of the broken fence, which was completely scattered with holes.

The father turned to his son and said, “You did well, but look at the holes in the fence. They cannot be fixed. When you get angry with other people, it leaves a scar like the holes you see in front of you. No matter what you say I’m sorry a hundred times, the injury is still there. ”


Control your anger toward other people. Although you may not notice the damage you are doing, it can leave irreparable wounds that can eventually break. Be kind to others and think before you let your emotions get the better of you.



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