Although being angry can make us irritable, changes our personality and the thought process that deals with our emotions, being angry may also means we set ourselves up to fail.
Why we’re angry is inconsequential to the anger itself, but anger isn’t always who we are, it’s who we become. Anger is its own karma. If we deliberately set out with intent to deceive or are malicious towards someone that intent will create karma, whether karma is good or bad.
In other words, good intent creates good karma, bad intent creates bad karma. The universe knows our motive, whether we try to hide the motive or not and are therefore judged by our actions. Every action has a reaction and an effect.
If we’re setting ourselves up to fail because we’re angry, perhaps then we need to find a way to address our anger, to change that.