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If we can let anger rise and fall naturally, it becomes, in the Buddhist view, self-liberating. We get into trouble with anger if we try to eliminate it too perilously, through denial or avoidance, or if we turn it into hatred.
– Mark Epstein, “Stopping the Wind”
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