The problem is that anger blocks from us our intelligence. It steals from us the time and energy we have to make intelligent and meaningful choices. People carry anger in their emotional nature, and this anger looks for reasons to express itself. Consequently, circumstances can be an excuse for anger to be fed.
Anger is more of a habit, which is why it does not need well-thought-out reasons to ignite it. Anger is a borrowed emotional habit that is fed every time we give ourselves over to it. This idea is one that few, if any, are willing to consider. In other words, anger works with negative feelings to avoid the one thing we came to this earth to do—learn from our mistakes. We came here to learn how to utilize our God-given wisdom to choose how we are going to feel instead of being a mindless robot, subject to the forces of habit.
This learned emotion called anger steals from us the one thing that should have the most value—the awareness necessary to see the power we have to create our lives and not be its victims.