Anger - inside out by Rabbi Nachi Klein

Anger is one of the traits most condemned in Jewish literature. "Someone who gets angry," we are told, "is like one who worships idols." Anger can cause a sage to lose his wisdom, or a person who is destined for greatness to forfeit it.

Everyone gets angry occasionally, but some people are more prone to anger than others. They may have a “short fuse” and blow up over small things, or they may be chronically irritable. However it is manifested, anger that is not dealt with in a healthy way is dangerous for the angry person and for those close to him or her.

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