Are you like that too? I'm aware of when I get angry, but I'm not good at all of seeing when it ends. I think, if we were more intentional about engaging anger (and not just trying to shush it and push it off), we would be better for it. Like a child barreling through the room to see what all the commotion is, anger will come and it will go. It doesn't have to define who you are and you don't have to give it control. Yet, you can't act like it isn't there. It won't leave until you recognize it. We need to see it. Honor it in healthy ways. Then continue, at peace, with the business at hand.
How can you watch anger until it leaves so that you can return to the task at hand?
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