Rabbi Michael Skobac
Most people find themselves growing impatient at times in life and sometimes even feeling anger welling up. If this leads us to strike out at someone in a rage, we have crossed a line. The sages of the Talmud go so far as to say that someone who gives in to a fit of anger is as if they are worshiping idols. Judaism believes that we have the ability to control our expression of frustrating and infuriating feelings. This program explores the issue of impatience and anger and shares some approaches to how we can succeed in keeping our cool.