So constraining that at times one is hard pressed to realize which one creates more power and influence on human behavior.
To be Christ-like one has to learn how to handle both in any situation. Whether one is in the right or in the wrong.
When one is wrong and realizes it, it is comparatively easy to bring out the virtue of humility. It will flow quite easily if one is truly penitent and remorseful.
However, when one is in the right, the emotion of pride is just as demanding. It is also comparatively easy for one to exhibit rightful indignation and fury or passion against those who have wronged us. In a way, to fight fire with fire, or to stoop to the same levels that we the rightful party has been dragged. It would be easy to feel justified doing just that. It is almost innate in our nature to respond that way.
But over and over, as we consistently and deeply study the life of Christ, He commands us to take the more commendable though difficult path. Taking the high road, even when doing so is not easy and exhausting. The proverbial turning of the other cheek, when buffeted on the other.
We declare yourselves in many instances how we model our lives to that of Christ, but how truly do we mold our lives like unto His?