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I’ve been asked why I get so angry when people argue with me. I’ll let you in on a little secret—I get really angry when people argue with me. It was something about my early years that left me with a lot of anger. I grew up in a rural area. At the time, I had been in school for a few years and was a teacher myself.

I think we can all agree: I got angry at a lot of things. Not an unreasonable anger to have, but anger that was directed toward people we knew. Most of the time I was angry about things I didn’t really understand and wanted to find out why. The anger I was feeling was directed at people I didn’t know very well and wanted to know why.

The thing about anger, I think, is that it’s not a choice. If I want to feel anger, I can. But it’s really easy to start seeing anger as a choice. You can choose to stay angry or you can choose to start seeing anger as a choice. If you choose to start seeing anger as a choice, you’re already in a negative place.

We all make choices, but the act of choosing doesn’t necessarily create the action. So, the question is not when did the choice start but when did the action start? That’s the part that is hard to explain without a lot of mental gymnastics, but here goes.

Here’s where I always get a little confused.

The first thing you have to realize is that there is no action without a choice. In the same way that we can choose to stop smoking but you may not have made that decision, we can choose to start smoking but you dont have to make that decision. In fact, that is exactly how you make a decision. You choose not to do it. You choose to not do an action. When you decide to make that decision, it becomes an action.

To make a decision means to choose a specific action. So if you are deciding to start smoking, your action is to smoke. It doesn’t mean you will do it. To do an action means to choose to do it. So if you decide to start smoking, your action is to smoke. It doesn’t mean you will do it. When we say “you choose not to” we are choosing not to do it. So if you decide not to smoke, your action is to smoke.

Okay so we’ve decided that we are not going to smoke, so our action is to not smoke. But when we say we choose not to smoke, we are choosing not to do that action, so our action is to not do that action.

We chose not to smoke the first time, but we are going to smoke the second time so we can get our revenge.

A lot of people have a problem with the word “revenge” because it can be used to mean, “I have to do something to someone that will be bad for them.” To a lot of people, that’s a really bad thing, especially if it means they have to hurt someone.

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