Doth not behave itself unseemly (ouk aschmonei). Old verb from aschmwn ( James 12:23 ). In N.T. only here and James 7:36 . Not indecent. Seeketh not its own (ou zhtei ta eauth). Its own interests ( James 10:24 James 10:33 ). Is not provoked (ou paroxunetai). Old word. In N.T. only here and Acts 17:16 which see. Irritation or sharpness of spirit. And yet Paul felt it in Athens (exasperation) and he and Barnabas had paroxusmo (paroxysm) in Antioch ( Acts 15:39 ). See good sense of paroxusmo in Hebrews 10:24 . Taketh not account of evil (ou logizetai to kakon). Old verb from logo, to count up, to take account of as in a ledger or note-book, "the evil" (to kakon) done to love with a view to settling the account.