LA RABBIA DI "D" Quante volte durante la nostra giornata incontriamo amore e quante altre rabbia? Va anche detto che amore e rabbia sono due sentimenti estremi, forse difficili da incontrare. Allora chiediamoci ancora: Quante volte incontriamo gentilezza, comprensione, tolleranza; e quante altre insofferenza, irascibilità e intolleranza? Intendo dare per scontati i risultati della risposta a favore di quest'ultimi nefasti ma ricorrenti atteggiamenti. Allora non è l'amore che muove il mondo. Anche se l'intensità di questo sentimento è talmente grande che riesce ancora, seppur sbilanciato per forze e mezzi, a tenere insieme i cocci di questa inquieta umanità. How many times during the day we meet love and anger as well?It must be said that love and anger are two extreme feelings, perhaps difficult to find. So let's ask again: How many times we meet kindness, understanding, tolerance, and how many times impatience, irritability and intolerance?Unfortunately the negative attitudes are more frequent than the positive ones.Then it is not love that moves the world. Although the intensity of this feeling is so great that it still succeed, even if it is unbalanced as far as forces and means are concerned, to hold together the pieces of this troubled humanity.But what is anger?For "D" it is a feeling that has always been part of his character. Perhaps he was born with it or it came soon after because of the events of his childhood.But "D" fed this feeling of anger, like feeding a beast that needs more and more food because it is becoming bigger and bigger, powerful and restless.But, due to the various circumstances of his life "D" understood that the beast could only die of starvation. Otherwise it is always ready to prevail, because it is easier to hate than to love, but like all easy things, the fruits are often bitter."D", through some coincidences induced by a friend by now dead, (the old American), will find a way to fight his anger. But not through the classic "look into yourself"."D" has no place within him, because every part of him is invaded by feelings of anxiety and anger. But the message of some books, including the book of Pinocchio, will encourage "D" to think on the path of life; from a restless and irritable young to a man projected towards the harmony of wisdom.Will he be able to succeed fully? The path is not easy. Every day he asks himself:"