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The Grapes of Wrath

Maryam Dashteh (Dashti) | Iran

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Fortunately, Wrath is a sign of the invincibility essence of human nature.

Wrath should not be seen as a weakness but as a force, a force that rises up and forms an explosive objection of human individuality that makes everybody see anger as a wondrous strange power.

Without Wrath, which awakens a great deal of numb emotions and extinct cravings within us, we remain longer in turmoil and faint.

Wrath, then, can be seen as a cultural, political, and social instrument for liberating the truth of human society.

Fortunately, Wrath is a sign of the invincibility essence of human nature.

Wrath should not be seen as a weakness but as a force, a force that rises up and forms an explosive objection of human individuality that makes everybody see anger as a wondrous strange power.

Without Wrath, which awakens a great deal of numb emotions and extinct cravings within us, we remain longer in turmoil and faint.

Wrath, then, can be seen as a cultural, political, and social instrument for liberating the truth of human society.

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