Black Gold, Volume 3, Number 1, 1976 Page: 47
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Y0 U'LL BE SORRY IF
SUN SETS ON A QUARREL
Advice: " Never let the sun go down on a quarrel."
This statement of advice means a lot to people who worry
about themselves and their attitudes. By that I mean each indi-
vidual had his own sense of pride and dignity to satisfy. But
his attempt to satisfy himself may cause high blood pressure, a
sense of bad judgement, a lack of understanding or a troubled
conscience. Such strain doesn't happen if he resolves his quar-
rel before sunset.
For examples this statement is often used in advice to
married couples. If an individual does not have the moral abili-
ty to accept and forgive a loved one for his or her mistakes,
problems are sure to arise. Now, it's not a bad thing to quarrel
because by quarreling with one another, you can see the light
before tragedy--if you see the light before sundown!
I, as a married man, have a great deal of respect for this
Peice of advice, because if I let the sun go down on a quarrel,
well, when the sun rises the next morning, things still won't be
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