To bring anger into our homes is to poison a place of peace and respite. For, if we can not be content and peaceful in the place we call home, where can we? We must learn to drop the angers and frustrations of our day at the door and enter our home expecting peace, not more anger. The other people in our home may not follow suit, but that does not mean we shouldnot be joyful; one person’s anger is less than two people’s anger. Frustration and anger create pressure, not just within us but around us, and the only thing we should expect from pressure is more fire.