Do Not Let Your Anger Go Public
“I have said, “Express your negative emotions,” but I have not said “publicly.” That’s how things become distorted.”
“Now if you are feeling angry with someone and you start expressing you ranger, the other person is not going to be a Gautam Buddha and sit silently. He is not a marble statue, he will also do something. You will express anger, he will express anger. It will create more anger in you – and anger or violence create the same from the other side and with a vengeance. Then you will feel like going into it more, because you have been told to express.”
“Yes, I have told you to express – but I don’t mean publicly. If you are feeling angry go to your room, close off the room, beat the pillow, stand before a mirror, shout at your own image, say things that you have never said to anybody and always wanted to say. But it has to be a private phenomenon, otherwise there is no end.” – Osho “Emotions” pg. 35
When anger is expressed publicly, it must be done in very delicate ways in which to not incite more hatred and anger from those exposed to it. I see it is best to keep these emotions private, to express these emotions in private. Expressing emotions of anger publicly will get you burned. If you express this anger publicly, it will spread like wildfire, next thing you know, it will get out of control and everything will burn down. A beautiful house that you have spent 5 years constructing now is nothing but ashes. Express anger, but only privately, not publicly.