Answer: We are obligated to show our good relationship to others. We must make a friend happy! In no manner or way should we show him a “sour” face or relate to him in a coarse manner.
And if a relationship explodes, we know that this also has its place and we accept this with understanding that this can happen to anyone. After all, this says that the friend is found with an inner tension, is working on himself, and is not indifferent to what is happening. And so we forgive him. And conversely, regarding his negative deed, regarding this outburst, we compensate for it through a positive deed, and this will lead to a good result.
But it is necessary to be careful that these negative emotional outbursts don’t become routine, habitual. Everyone in a group must work so the feeling of happiness, success, and greatness of the goal will saturate it.
From the St. Petersburg Convention “Day Three” 7/14/13, Lesson 5