BY ALAN BAILEY
It’s not hard to see. For some reason, anger is alive and well, roaring like an escaped lion.
On the news we see people becoming enraged on the roads for some triviality, ready to smash people and their motor cars. I saw an all-in brawl among youngsters at a skateboard park. Then I noted the uncontrolled passion of an ex-husband who wants to murder all who have opposed him.
Anger is also stalking the sports field among players and spectators. Earlier this year, a professional tennis player smashed no less than four racquets in a temper tantrum. There they were, all pathetically wrecked, fit only for the rubbish bin.
So what is going on? Why are so many people so quickly aroused to boiling point?