Anger can be felt in the clenched fist, the pursed lips, or the pounding of the heart. It can turn the mind into a churning sea of emotion that can capsize the largest of vessels. It can take the clearest of waters and turn it into a murky quagmire where we would be wise not to go. Yet, anger can also be channeled to fight injustice, to fuel the fire of those who seek a better way. That is the yin and yang of it. To learn how to manage anger and channel it into a positive force is a great demonstration of wisdom.