I need to show that a character is no longer motivated by revenge and no longer believes violence is an acceptable reaction to people doing bad things. Ideally somebody will do something to him that would generally provoke a violent response, but he remains calm and doesn't rise to the bait. The issue is, this character is a highly muscled, 6'5" man. Who's going to pick a fight with him or try and get him angry? Only someone very stupid, which would not be very believable, or someone so weak that they would never expect to be attacked (like a child or frail, elderly person), in which case it's not very commendable that he doesn't punch them in the face. So, any believable situations in which he could reasonably be expected to punch someone in the face, and commendable that he doesn't? I've been coming up with ideas for something else all day and I'm wiped out of creative energy. Any ideas gratefully received.