"Anger is not an expression of strength. It is an indication of one’s inability to control his thoughts, words, his emotions. Of course it is easy to get angry. When the weakness of anger takes over, the strength of reason leaves. Cultivate within yourselves the mighty power of self-discipline." - By Gordon B. Hinckley (First Counselor in the First Presidency), “Our Solemn Responsibilities,” General Conference, October 1991.