Lenten Journey

Like other emotions, anger is accompanied by physiological and biological changes.  When you get angry, your heart rate and blood pressure go up, as do the levels of adrenaline and noradrenaline. Your rate of breathing increases and your body's muscles tense.
Anger will not help you live a good life as God wants…put out of your life every evil thing and every kind of wrong you do. Don’t be proud but accept God’s teaching…This teaching can save your souls. [1]
Anger feeds anger.
Beware of cultivating perpetual rage. 
There's much to be angry about; So much to lament over. Our souls cannot bear the strain of endless seething. 
On this year's Lenten journey I choose to be ...