Someone pointed out that anger is a necessary emotion,
Just like others as happiness or sadness as another version,
Yes, I can see their point, they are the child of the Earth
See the logic what goes on over the earthly dirt.
However, I saw many angry people who use anger to step on others
Not because it is necessary, but they are frustrated & want to show their powers.
Beware of the angry person he/she destroys also her own body,
Ending up with heart attack or such instead of a happy melody.
Usually angry people are rude and unmannered,
I found in my life, they are not recommended
I personally choose the calm and peaceful ways,
Give my blessings, but keep them far from me in my days.
If you choose the humiliation over and over, , you can have it.
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