When Angry, You Must Roar

Remember, a lion is a lion because he roars

There are times when our anger can be used productively, providing it is used correctly.

Nichiren wrote that wrath can be both good and bad.

Self-centred anger generates evil, but wrath at social injustice becomes the driving force for reform.

Strong language that censures and combats a great evil often attracts adverse reactions from society, but this must not intimidate or deter those who believe they are right.

Remember, a lion is a lion because he roars.

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. wsmarble
    Nov 29, 2014 @ 16:04:09

    This is excellent, and truly helpful. Personally, it solves not one but two dilemmas I was facing, in one concise work of elegance. Thank you!

    Reply

  2. Anupadin
    Nov 30, 2014 @ 13:05:03

    Very pleased it helped. Namaste ~ Anupadin

    Reply

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