Controlling anger is all the rage

Roots of Faith

Sally Carpenter
One of my favorite animated movies is the delightful “Meet the Robinsons.”
One character is driven by revenge, fueled by an ancient resentment he allowed to fester and grow. When he finally allows this anger to dissipate, he’s at first confused, and then thrilled, by his newfound freedom.
Corrie ten Boom, who had watched her sister die in a Nazi concentration camp and later forgave those who had wronged her, said, “When we forgive others, we ‘bury the hatchet,’ but sometimes we l...

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