Jayapataka Swami: Question is: After offering all the respects, he said, sometimes we have arguments, staying together. And I get suffering, from what the other person says. How can I accept this?  You see children fight together. Sometimes they fight, sometimes they are friends. So, the point is that just like children, you don’t take it serious. Living together, then there will be sometimes some disagreement, and sometimes there will be agreement. So, one should not take these very seriously. It is bound to happen in the material world. Rather, we should find the good qualities in others, and not react or respond. As they say, it says it takes two hands to clap. It takes two people to argue. So rather than engaging in argument, one should tolerate, and just like go for a walk, cool down and then speak nicely!! Haribol!