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Old 03-27-2012, 03:34 AM   #58
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Originally Posted by WPotocki View Post
Rage and anger is such a drain on energy.

So funny!
Broadly speaking I agree. For the undirected man rage is wearying and futile, but when you use it to drive your obsession it becomes a powerful motivation. Just ask Gully Goyle. Hmm.

The trick with rage is avoiding its manifestation - which is why rage and alcohol is a shoddy combination.

Now, you'll argue, I expect, that "Love" is a more positive motivation, but I've never felt an ounce of love that didn't lead to a metric tonne of rage not long after.
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