The Transmutation of Anger
The bitter victim and the wounded healer
Writing in the 4th Century, the Christian monk and ascetic Evagrius Ponticus noted:
Anger is the sharpest passion. It is said to be a boiling up and movement of indignation against a wrongdoer or a presumed wrongdoer: it causes the soul to be savage all day long, but especially in prayers it seizes the mind, reflecting back the face of t…
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