Rage is our natural response to injustice. It’s a clear, direct illumination of the truth. It demands our response.
Rage is what we deny and suppress when we just go along to get along, trying to blend in, afraid of taking risks.
Rage will not make you comfortable. Rage is the guardian of beauty. It teaches us our true needs, our actual desires.
Rage requires that we protect what matters.
To put it another way, rage is what we need to deal with the likes of the Board of MisDirectors, those insidious internal voices that give us every reasons in the book to not live the lives we’re capable of living.