Yes, “A harsh word stirs up anger:” (Proverbs 15:1b). A harsh response to wrath often only stirs up more anger. It might feel great right now yet winds up exacerbating things, worse. Numerous contentions emerge not because the issues isolating the gatherings are so incredible, but since of the dispositions individuals bring to an encounter. How was Saul enkindled by Doeg, and David by Nabal’s currishness! Rehoboam, with one beastly breath, lost ten clans. Gideon in Judges 8:1-3 is an exemplary case of the delicate answer that brings harmony, while Jephthah represents the cruel answer that prompts war (Judges 12:1-6). If you need to respond now, do it ‘softly’ and be wise!!!