Anger, a Deadly Sin

Topics: Seven deadly sins, Lust, Pride Pages: 2 (606 words) Published: August 26, 2013
Jessey Nguyen
Ms. Hutchinson
ENG 101
December 12, 2011
Wasted Anger
The seven deadly sins include Pride, Greed, Envy, Anger, Lust, Gluttony, and Sloth. One of the seven deadly sins that I have suffered from is Anger. Anger is termed as being deeply resentful indignation and may include being impatient with the faults of others. Both of these come into play in the events that unraveled that one night in Charlotte, N.C.

The following events occurred late on a Thursday night, whilst there was still a cool autumn breeze blowing the leaves from their initial resting place, in downtown Charlotte. As I approached the epicenter, the main nightlife area in Charlotte, I could taste the crispness in the air and knew that tonight would indeed be memorable. I went to the door of one of the popular local drinking holes and proceeded inside with my friends close behind. Soon after we entered you could tell that the crisp air was left outside and replaced with a rather uncomfortably humid haze. As we headed deeper into the building the haze became natural and the influx of people around us seemed unimportant. We walked up to the bar counter and ordered our drinks. We then continued to walk around and converse with the rest of the people inside. As the night progressed the effects of alcohol were taking its toll on some of the other people in the bar. Just as I was walking outside to get some fresh air someone bumped into me and spilt their drink all over my shirt and pants. This was the point that I couldn’t control myself and broke one of the sins. I then pushed the other guy over and he fell down on the floor. I stormed off to the bathroom to dry off the stain that would of other wised been noticeable to everyone in the bar. We continued to catch glimpses of each other as the night progressed. I’d keep catching him looking in my direction and finally proceeded to confront him about the situation. Words were then exchanged and tempers began to flare. I...
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