If you hold onto anger and grudges, even if they are justified, you give up on the opportunity of proving to the other person that THEIR beliefs about you are wrong. If someone thinks you are a bad person because of your religion, race, etc., and you respond to them with anger and hatred, how is that going to convince them that they are wrong?

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Alexander Hay is a US lawyer now living in Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia. Some have accused him of being a curmudgeon, but what do they know???? Noisy kids!

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Alexander Hay

Alexander Hay

Alexander Hay is a US lawyer now living in Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia. Some have accused him of being a curmudgeon, but what do they know???? Noisy kids!