According to Buddhism, the antidote for aggression is patience. Patience is not based on gritting our teeth and stubbornly waiting for the day when all this will somehow be over. It is more about softening our hard attitude and loosening our tight agenda whenever we notice them.

perhaps most importantly, you need to acquire the skills of writing and speaking that make for candor, rigor, and clarity. You cannot think clearly if you cannot speak and write clearly.

John Searle, The Storm Over the University (via man-of-prose)

the logos unconceals. 

Might it be the case that the most fundamental way for Dasein to be as such is ‘I’ ?