illustration (attribution, if any possible, is at the end of the article)
Having slain anger, one sleeps soundly;
Having slain anger, one does not sorrow;
The killing of anger, O Vatrabhū,
with its poisoned root and honeyed tip:
this is the killing the noble ones praise,
for having slain this, one does not sorrow.
» — SN 2.3 Māgha