Anger and hatred

Why do people yell at each other especially when they argue?

One day, an elder put this question to his disciples:

– Why do people yell when they argue?

– We are yelling because we are losing our temper, said one of them.

– But why scream when the other person is right next to you? – Ask the wiseman again.

Well, we yell to make sure that we hear each other, tried the other disciple.

He asked again:

-However, couldn’t we talk more slowly, with a more quite voice?

None of the responses received did not satisfy the elder. Then he gave them the answer:

– Do you know why we yell at each other when we are angry? The truth is that when two people argue, their hearts distances greatly. To cover this distance, they have to shout, to be able to hear each other. The more angry, the bigger the distance -they need to speak much lauder .

On the other hand, what happens when two beings are in love? They do not scream at all.They speak slowly, gently. Why? Because their hearts are very close.The distance between them is very small. Sometimes, their hearts are so close that they don’t  even speak, only whisper.

And when love is even more intense, there is no need to even whisper, it takes only a look and their hearts know. This is what  happens when two beings love each other, their hearts are close.

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Discussion

2 thoughts on “Why do people yell at each other especially when they argue?

  1. Reblogged this on tsondergeld's Blog and commented:
    This brought tears to my eyes! Such a short, sweet, simple and practical way of clarifying why we yell when we argue. Makes perfect sense!

    Posted by jtsondergeld | December 24, 2014, 12:33 am
  2. Lovely

    Posted by susan | February 21, 2016, 6:08 pm

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