The best fighter is never angry | @Chetanbro Quotes :- 27 - Chetanbro

The best fighter is never angry | @Chetanbro Quotes :- 27


By :- @i_amChetanpaswan

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One of the sayings attributed to Lao Tzu, the founder of Taoism and the author of Tao Te Ching, is “The best fighter is never angry”.

A lot of the time, that need to improve something and raise the bar comes from a place of anger. Anger at unfairness, anger at a lack of ethics, anger at the absence of strong values.
However, my efforts are also the least effective when I’m starting from a place of anger.
When going into a fight, one-on-one combat, there are two vital aspects to the fighter. One, she needs to take the situation seriously enough to want to make a difference and to want to win. The fight ought to matter to her. And two, she needs to have a calm enough frame of mind to observe and react to the opponent’s moves, to be agile enough to adapt to the situation she finds herself in in a logical manner.

While anger does a great job of invoking deep emotions that bring with it a deep care for winning and making a change, it completely hinders rational thinking and makes us take risks in a fight that puts us in danger rather than effectively strategise and swiftly react to the opponent’s moves.
Thus, we need to channel the anger into a desire to bring about change and to take action. But once we are committed to that, we need to let the anger dissipate so that we can fight with a calm frame of mind and be effective at the change we are trying to bring about.

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