Had an unsettling feeling about all the anger that has surfaced recently. Reminds me that although we may feel anger about certain issues, we must remember the Buddha's teaching of KINDNESS. The Buddha stressed the importance of conquering anger with calm. He said that kindness is much stronger than anger (Buddha is our Teacher - pg 25.)
It was quoted that "We live in an era of shifting values and social upheaval. It now seems even more essential that parents seize opportunities to reinforce moral character. Teach children that even-tempers are respectable, good deeds are commendable, empathy denotes reliability, and honesty is a welcome breath of fresh air.
Not an easy task but I'm going to try to spread kindness instead of anger.