Whatever you do with anger would only give fuel to anger. You don’t condemn anger, you don’t support anger, you don’t accept it but you also don’t resist it. You’re all right with anger, you’re alright with it.
Whenever as an angry being you want to do something about anger, remember that you are furthering the actions of the angry one.
You are angry and now you want to do something. Now all your actions at this moment are coming from anger. Whatever you will do will carry the imprint of anger on it. Even if you talk softly, it would be soft anger. Even if you talk peace, it would be an angry peace. So at that moment just be, just be. There is no need to commit yourself to any action because any action from that point, I repeat, will be a furtherance of that state.
You’re angry, alright yes, there is anger, there is anger and anger gets burned down, it gets exhausted in its own little energy. All that you have to do is to let it be exhausted by itself. You don’t need to participate, you don’t need to do anything about it.
I repeat, if you say that anger is bad then you are again acting from the point of anger.
You don’t say it is good, you don’t even say that it is bad, and this, remember is applicable not only to anger but even to delight and pleasure.
It is only a point of silence which is a worthy point of emergence of action. If you act from any other mental state, it would get continued and extended just by the virtue of the action.
When you’re silent then act vigorously and when there is vigorous movement in the mind, then stay silent.
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