Anger, Ours and Theirs

…the solution requires us to acknowledge a split in our ability to respond to justice: the more perfectly one attends to the gravity of the wrongs done, the less sensitive one becomes to the gravity of the wrongs one is poised to commit in response.
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          <span data-offset-key="d825g-0-0">Sometimes other people help us exactly by not feeling what we feel, exactly by remaining resolutely who they are.</span>
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https://thepointmag.com/examined-life/anger-management-agnes-callard/