For most of us, expressing anger and being on the receiving end of anger are commonplace experiences. We normally don’t give too much thought to how it impacts upon others or how we ourselves are affected. Here Ringu Tulku shows how fear prompts anger and how our protective self righteousness can prevent us from recognising the suffering of someone who is consumed with anger. In a lighthearted and affecting way he describes the importance of compassion in anger-bound situations, showing simple ways we can help ourselves and others to defuse the intensity of the moment through facing situations mindfully.
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