Anger vs Passion
Anger is one of the most primal of emotions. We feel angry as a reaction of self defense. When we feel hurt, physically or emotionally, anger consumes our thoughts to remind us we need protection. But, anger doesn't really serve the same purpose today. Problems aren't solved through anger, but from passion. If you've ever felt intense frustration at someone or something only to regret your harsh reaction later, you are aware of anger's potential to compromise your logic.
When you feel anger, accept it and understand it's a reaction to feeling hurt. If you accept that you've been hurt, then ask yourself "What will make me feel better?" For example, if you burn yourself on a stove, you typically don't blame the stove for being hot. Instead, you blame yourself for forgetting to wear an oven mitt. Then, you go run your hand under cold water and put on a bandaid. You do not waste time blaming the stove.
Instead of react with anger, practice accepting feeling hurt, and responding with passion. Passion solves problems, inspires new inventions, and writes novels. Passion is why young couples fall in love and why athletes train tireless hours every day to compete in the olympics. We don't need more anger in the world. We all feel hurt at times, this is out of our control. But we can control our response. Accept that you have been hurt. Do not blame the oven. Redirect anger into passion.
You might not be like Spock, from Star Trek, completely free of emotions. Anger, happiness, sadness, pride, excitement, etc. these are emotions everyone experiences. Why waste your time showing our anger to the world? Why not use this energy constructively? Why not build something awesome? You might not be able to prevent the occasional burn from the stove, but you can choose to make more bandaids.