We need to call out the deaths of our people as hate crimes, not freeze-frame our bodies in sparkle-filled glamour shots that make us so super-humanly other." --An Anonymous Newtown Autistic
Not in an uncontrolled wildfire of rage that would consume my every waking moment kind of angry... My real world life exists somewhere between a painful sleep deprived haze and caffeine fueled tangentiality. I don't have the time (or the energy) for such wild abandon.
But I am angry.
And that is a good thing.
Our culture, ever ready with a label, likens anger to unproductivity. It is the work of evil, it only causes harm. Most people don't seem to consider anger as a tool, as a medium for change. But it can be. In my world, we call it constructive anger..."