I recently stumbled upon this quote by philosopher, author, and scientist Daniel Pink. I found it to be very insightful for understanding our current state of mind, and how that state affects our future actions.
Anger, anger, rage, and other feelings of frustration are one of the keys to our lives, and they are absolutely necessary for survival. We live in a world where most of us are constantly bombarded with negative messages through the media and in our daily lives, and it is up to us to decide what to do about it. Anger, in particular, is a powerful emotion that can be so devastating to a person that it can lead to serious health issues and suicides.
While anger can be one of the most destructive emotions a person can have, it’s also one of the strongest emotions we can have. I will admit though that anger is a tricky emotion to control and manage, and that it can be hard to get the right balance of anger and happiness. It’s easy to get very angry at a situation in our lives that we know is not working out.
The answer to that is to keep an eye on how angry we are (or at least, how much) and to take steps to reduce it. Anger is a natural reaction to the slightest perceived failure, and too much of it leads to more serious problems.
A few people still insist on being angry, and I think of the more extreme cases, and I think of the people who have been bullied. I think of how most parents would be angry if their child were to face the wrath of their uncles and grand-parents and the wrath of their parents. If it’s not working out, it’s time to get out of your own way.
I think more and more people are being bullied, and that is a problem. I think of the way some people would rather be bullied as a child than as an adult. I think of the person who has to endure verbal abuse for two hours straight before they finally get the joke. I think of the person who has to watch their friend get beaten up by the person they used to be friends with.
I think of the person who has friends who will do anything for them. I think of the person who is the victim of an attack, and has to get into a fight with no one around for a couple hours as they try to get away. I think of the person who gets to the point where they have to get into a fight with everyone else, and then the person that is the victim of the fight.
The first two are pretty common for a person who has been abused (as I said, people who have been abused often have a hard time to remember their victim). The last point is pretty common for most victims. They start out with the same type of anger. They don’t know the person they’re going to fight is the one they’ve been beaten up by. They don’t know their victim is the friend they used to be so close with.
Some people are just so angry at the person they are fighting that they want to start a fight with the person that they want to fight, just to vent. The anger that we get from that is usually related to a mental illness, and the person who is the victim of the fight is usually one of those people.