Now I want to mention some things I learnt and read about arguments, and find the peace after all. The principal sentence is indicative of a baby who always can lets you know if his needs are not instantly gratified.You can argue even if you don’t know how to talk.
Rick Warren wrote :
"When my wants conflict with your wants, the sparks are going to fly. The three basic desires we have that cause conflict are possessions, pleasure, and pride."
This is the born of an argument as we can see.
Possession :The having, holding, or detention of property in one's power or command; actual seizin or occupancy; ownership, whether rightful or wrongful.
Pleasure : enjoyment or satisfaction derived from something that is to one's liking; gratification; delight.
Pride : a high or inordinate opinion of one's own dignity, importance, merit, or superiority; conceit; arrogance.
What does the Bible say ? it says : Submit yourselves, then, to God.” (James 4:7)
Give God control of your life. Put him in charge. When we have the peace of Christ in our heart, then we’ll be at peace with other people. If we don’t have God’s peace in our hearts, then we try to manipulate others, control them, and move them around to get what we want out of life.
Give in to God. This means learning to say “Thy will be done” instead of “Me first.” When you say, “Lord, whatever you want is what I want,” then the peace process starts.
Grace is God’s power to change. What would you like to change about yourself? Whatever you would like to change, you can’t do it on your own. You need grace, and there is only one way to get it: You humble yourself. God doesn’t give grace to people who are full of pride and think, “I can do it on my own.” He gives it when we come and say, “God, I need your help.”
My advice is waste no more time arguing.