Anger makes the livid people full of sound and fury stand at the doorway of their own decisions stunned by their own words. But decisions taken in anger are always thoughtless and painful. But are they irrevocable? No, because the exactly opposite set of people that is perennially calm people will never be able to sympathise and understand the trials and tribulations of an angry man –the daily troubles these hopelessly furious people have to face as they wage a fruitless war with their own rage. The calm people never realise that anger pumps more blood into the vocal system and forces the piteously angry people to pronounce words that have not had the time to take the permit from their brains. People advise these emotional fools to count one to ten when they are angry and believe the myth that anger will dissolve. But we know for sure, don’t we? that anger is an in- dis-solvable soluble in any solvent. It only makes an illusion of dissolving and when the stirring stops it surfaces with double vengeance.
Angry people always have a ready complaint to God for giving them this impatient nature. Angry people often wonder what logic God used when he assigned them their nature. That brings us to the question: What is Nature? Nature, we believe – is the mixture of genes, family upbringing, school, peer group and so how could the innocently angry be made answerable to the deluge and tumult of the waves of anger that wraps up their whole self and numbs their grey cells. No wonder then that they argue with God that this is absolutely unjust .They had been given this nature by birth and they had no other choice but to live with it. But seriously, come to think of the poor angry souls- isn’t it a torture for an angry man, to live in constant fear of oneself? As we empathise thus, we are forced to sympathise with these irate people. These forever snappy people have a general confession –“We vow daily to control our anger and when we feel that we have almost achieved the impossible feat and are about to congratulate ourselves then something happens which enforces a severe reaction from our side and it irritates us and even before we can count those hopeless numbers, we are shaking in violence with the live volts created by the infuriating catalyst present in front of us. The forever unwelcome guest called anger overpowers us unknowingly and dominates and dictates our brain.” To the utter tragedy of these violently shaking angry humans, the charged unwanted anger does not subside even after the removal of the hated catalyst and it subsumes only after they have spent half of their digested food in shaking their body in unattractive gyrations and shaping and barking those unsolicited words at another innocent surprised prey. Their anger leaves their side only after their undigested food is left status quo (Undigested) by their digestive system to create severe stomach problems later as the body was busy in pumping blood to other priorities.
So we don’t know whether the person on whom these angry people were cross were affected or not but with the catatonic after effects of their compelling fury they surely do reward themselves with chronic maladies like diabetes, hypertension and stress. So, how can we stem the tides of anger emanating from a furious human turned beast?
Let’s see the other side of the story too! Some people have the courage to risk their lives and reputation to try to tame this angry man to normalcy. But the way normalcy is brought about decides the ferocity with which this anger will return to bite the world. If the angry person is pampered, he understands with a good measure of happiness that people around him are wary of his anger moods .He quickly grasps that people treat him like a delicate maximum air-filled balloon which can explode at the slightest provocation and so they pamper him and obediently do whatever they have been told without any resistance or retaliation. This leads an angry person into deciding to use this vainglorious weapon of anger to his advantage. So the angry person becomes a problem for himself and to others. But the real remedy to this problem is not to overtly pamper that angry person but to tell him the real facts bluntly. Sometimes these people can be brought down from their pompous illusions by ignoring them and their tantrums for a little while. So a clear message should be sent to these people through our body language that we will not be bullied by the demons of anger created by them.
So in this full-fledged war against anger everyone should be in one team. The anger should be killed at sight by the owner, the receiver of anger and the onlooker too by ignoring the cloud of anger. This practical effort towards effacing anger from the world may give us hope of making the denizens of this world peaceful and calm.