Fighters: Controlled Rage versus Hatred


“What I will say is this: A fighter needs to think clearly, swiftly. His actions are always measured. Controlled rage is good, for it makes us stronger, but hatred swamps the emotions – it is like a runaway horse, fast but running aimlessly.” (Gemmell, 2014, p.35).

Reference

Gemmell, D. (2014) The Hawk Eternal. London: Orbit.

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