Uh...nobody wants to hear from "The Angry Woman".
You have a point. It is, perhaps, more constructive to be adaptive and supportive.
I can make a case for outrage on many things. I was conditioned into anger. It runs rampant in my family. While the things my family is angry about are legitimate...the angry people are not happy.
Being "right" can polarize a person into radical behavior vs. spiritual understanding. Anger can be assaultive and close the heart you are trying to reach.
Like those people who were fanatical concerning animal rights. They were correct in concept but they expressed their opinions by throwing paint on women wearing furs. Trying to get paint out of my hair would never polarize me into your camp. Right concept, wrong action. That's why the movement didn't work.
Like Feminism, it was correct in concept but it's expression was too angry and assaultive to men. That movement didn't work either.
Radical vegetarianism. Right concept again. But Mother Teresa ate meat. Would they judge her too?
It's important to catch yourself before you spiral down too far...in my case, into anger.
You can do the right thing without judging the people that don't. I don't want to be angry at you know who anymore.
In life and love, you never know what you are missing until it arrives. You never know what you have until it is missing. So appreciate what you have.
Hey, look at me...I just transformed into Mother Teresa!
It's important to apologize sometimes. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0C_zEuk6fvU