There’s something about both anger and fire, and there’s this concept of both being harmful. That they destroy. That they’re dangerous and should be snuffed out immediately. But like anything else, fire and anger have so many different sides to them. And they include healing and power and warmth and passion. Fire is wild, but fire is fragile, fire is quick to flee, fire will escape you if you hesitate or don’t pay attention, so if you’re too bust being afraid to the point you avoid it, you won’t understand it and you’ll lose control to the point it’ll turn into a forest fire. You can’t avoid fire though, it’s essential to your survival, and the same works with anger, except this has become a world that has numbed itself to feeling, and that numbness sinks a sort of frostbite that renders people immobile in their fear and then kills them.
I want to know why people are afraid to feel, when the numbness of frostbite burns worse than the fire.