He truly is angerless who does not give vent to anger when the wrongdoer
is under his power. Where his anger cannot hurt, that is when he cannot effectively
retaliate, what matters it whether he guards against anger or not? Everyone knows that it
is bad for oneself to lose temper in dealing with superiors.
But where anger is directed against
persons in one's power it is the worst of all offences. Anger causes pain and a fresh
lease of life is given to ill will. Where it does not hurt the other party, it simply
causes pain to oneself.