Anger is like holding a piece of burning coal in your hand; you have planned to throw at somebody.
You have an intense anger. Being angry with this person has made you forget that holding a piece of burning coal is actually hurting you!
Buddha, many years ago, realized it and warned us about “wrath”, one of seven deadly sins.
Hostile or warlike attitude does not give us peace. It is a kind of aggressiveness or pugnacity that we should always be careful about; furthermore, a state of deep-seated ill-will remains with us forever.
We don’t want war; we want peace.