You can be straight. You can tell a man that anger is a sickness, and that for as long as he is angry, he is sick, and that sickness is an inside job.
It’s good to be re-minded of this starting-block truth: We are not in control of what happens. All we can control is our response to what happens. We are response-able to that extent.
We do not shape events. We respond to them. “Life is the dancer. We are the dance.”
“That should not have happened.” This is crazy talk. It happened. Now what?
Our response to what happens is vastly more important than what happens.