Ask your average teenage girl about werewolves and she’ll tell you that it’s not a good idea to piss one off. At least according to the Stephenie Meyer Twilight Saga version of the myth, anyway. They all have have Incredible Hulk-like tempers. The “you wouldn’t like me when I’m angry,” sort of self-control.
In fact, it’s a major plot point in her book New Moon that werewolves cannot be trusted to control their tempers. A character flaw unfortunately not restricted to supernatural figments of an author’s imagination.
A biblical example of someone whose temper occasionally did more harm than good was Samson. Sadly it took his death to reach the potential he should have reached in life.
Samson, and his contemporary werewolf parallels are explored more in Glitter in the Sun: A Bible Study Searching for Truth in the Twilight Saga, a Bible study that uses the Twilight Saga to open discussion on a whole range of Christian life topics from free-will to forever. Glitter in the Sun: A Bible Study Searching for Truth in the Twilight Saga is a great personal devotional book, and ideal as a small group study guide. It can be purchased from Amazon.com or through this web site.