Alma 59 – Righteous Indignation

Moroni’s army suffers a grave setback in this chapter, and he becomes angry with the government, assuming they are working against him or are insensitive to his men’s needs. This moves him to righteous indignation. Do we ever get moved to feel such strong emotions against others because we assume (maybe wrongly) that they are insensitive or evil? How can we avoid jumping to wrong conclusions?