Webster defines anger as a strong feeling of displeasure and usually of antagonism. Is anger ever appropriate? Anger that arises from arrogance is considered inappropriate. Anger that arises from love is justified and appropriate.
In the Tip of the Writing Brush is the following:
Think of humans admonishing your children,
the anger comes from love. 5-23
In both conditions, the accumulation of anger is not healthy. The tension of anger must be relieved. Anger that arises from arrogance is usually destructive, resulting in actions that intend to punish the transgressor. This condition is not healthy for both parties. Anger that arises from love, like parental love, results in actions that tend to help. This action results in the spiritual maturity of both individuals.
In summary, anger may not be inappropriate in certain situations. What type of anger do you have?