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Anger is dangerous

Anger is a useful emotion if we need to physically defend ourselves. Outside of that, nothing good comes of it. Regardless of how warranted it is, you’re not affecting the subject of your anger. To paraphrase the historical Buddha: Anger is a hot coal that you hold onto while waiting to throw at someone. Let it go for your own well-being.

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