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Anger has always been one of the most predominant emotions among human beings Quick to rise and even quicker to lash out the simple emotion of anger has the power to destroy and create Some only see the side of anger that causes meaningless death and destruction however for those who seek it there is another side Anger has been the motivator for many who have been oppressed and refuse to allow their servitude to continue The two-faced emotion of anger shows its violent face as often as it shows its beneficial one The cold rage that anger can pull a person into has ended or ruined many lives With little or no warning anger can strike a man down showing no remorse and giving no restitution Anger sends adrenaline surging through a body in a time of crisis giving her enough strength to lift a car off her struggling child Without anger lives would be lost tyranny would go unopposed and inhumanities would be quietly accepted Anger becomes a powerful tool in the hands of those who know how to shape its energies into a useful form There are people who cannot direct the energy given to them by anger They allow anger to consume them to run their lives These people fall victim to the essence of anger a mindless uncaring rage Lashing out at the people around them destroying what they can without remorse or regret these people consumed with anger are recorded in history as symbols of true evil Anger the most powerful and feared emotion of the souls being destroys and creates in the same breath Moving from one person to the next anger is an ever-present force in our world and has been since the beginning of time No one can defeat anger since it is not a foe an
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