Anger is an emotion. Anger is not a sin and is not something we can eliminate from our lives. Anger, like any emotion that we may experience, should be properly controlled and managed so that those emotions and feelings do not result in improper behavior and actions. Being angry for a long period of time will not only eat at our own character and attitude, but it pours out into our behavior. Unfortunately, justifying our anger is a natural human response. It is very easy to find a reason that our anger is "right". Sure, there are times when we are angry and soon after we quickly identify that we were impatient or "hangry" and then feel bad about that anger. Unfortunately, more time's than not, we find a reason that our anger is the right way to react to something or someone. And then, that anger leads to incorrect behavior and actions. Identifying our anger and then taking time and putting in effort to understand why we are angry will help us to then address the anger and not allow it to lead to improper actions.