Being with Anger Stories
Doggone it! Sometimes the anger just bubbles up and out without much input from our conscious selves. Poet David Whyte calls anger "the deepest form of compassion," and we think there is something to that. Anger flows from a need to protect something vulnerable, to care for something at risk. So let's sit with our anger and plumb its depths. Pull up a chair and listen to a few stories from those who know how to be with anger and learn what it has to say.