What are you angry about?
It may be one of the most common, least useful, yet damaging (for you!) emotions. Your anger reveals more about you than just about anything else you say or do. Is your anger directed at circumstances? Things? People? Yourself?
When you're angry at your circumstances it may be just what it takes to inspire action and change the circumstances you've created. Because after all, you're the author of your circumstances.
Being angry at things is far more irrational. Being angry at things that wear out. Things that break. Being angry at inanimate things only harms you.
Directing your anger at others is even more futile. Especially being angry with patients and what they do. Or don't do. You can't change them with your anger. It merely separates. Distances.
Love. Love your situation. Love your things. Love your neighbor. Love yourself. Connect. Then you can influence.
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