For every minute you remain angry, you give up sixty seconds of peace of mind.
-Ralph Waldo Emerson
Grief can bring all sorts of anger: at friends and family, at yourself, at your lost loved one, at no one in particular. While anger is part of the grief process, anger can also become an obstacle to healing. Anger doesn’t do anything to change a situation, and the person with whom you are angry is off doing their thing so your anger isn’t hurting anyone but you.
Opt for peace of mind instead. Release anger and make room for healing by allowing quiet, calm, and love to enter your body, mind, and spirit.