Monday, June 15, 2009

On Anger

Righteous anger is harder to eradicate than malicious anger.

Anger makes one a God of Justice at the cost of ceasing to be a peaceful human being.

Anger is born of the helplessness to do something substantive about a painful situation.

It is painful, for a normal human being, to nip anger in the bud, for that is nipping "me" in the bud. What am I if not my feelings?

It is more pleasurable and glorious, for a normal human being, to die of blood lust than to live without anger.

Needy love turns to anger as it finds its needs unfulfilled.

Anger seeks to make others angry, for that provides sustenance for it to escalate.

Take heed, for this moment is the sum of your life till now. If you are not experiencing life as good as the best you have experienced till now, it is time to take pause.


This moment ... can be the moment you've been waiting for.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Anger makes one a God of Justice at the cost of ceasing to be a peaceful human being.

A peaceful person is not a passive one---only a vegetable can be totally anger free....

Bhaavin Shah said...

Excellent. Peace above Justice.

Bhaavin Shah said...

Read this one again. The way out is through. Peace that comes through optimal expression of our emotions like anger is a lasting peace. It's called reaching the spirit through the heart. One should integrate anger into peace, rather than bypass it. Thanks for your post.