Anger is defined as a strong feeling of annoyance, displeasure, or hostility.
Doubt is described as a feeling of uncertainty or lack of conviction.
Before we go any further, it is of great importance to first acknowledge the fact that both words are revealed to be mere feelings.
Depending on who we are, the environment, and culture we came from, what creates the feeling of annoyance, displeasure or hostility within us might all look different; so do the different sources that create the feeling of uncertainty or lack of conviction.
Despite the many different colorful expressions of these emotions, demonstrated across varying communities, the place that they appear from seem to trace back to one common source — a collection of Voices.
If a duck was to be raised by an alligator, it would be the
meanest duck anyone ever seen.
Vice versa, if an alligator was to be raised by a duck, it
would be the most charming alligator with razor sharp teeth.