“The world understands power as a means to force submission. Jesus also submitted, but not to the laws of the world, not to its codes, systems, or authorities. Jesus wanted to show you, whom He loves infinitely, how far obedience should go to God, that is, to perfect love.” Choose Only Love bk.3, 6:II
Obedience to God counts for a lot. We often reach out to Him without realizing that there are requirements in place that we might not want to fulfill. If we sense that He is asking something of us, we need to dwell on that urge, that sense, and see if it is our personal mind who is speaking to us, or God within. If what we are imagining will hurt nobody, then we are wise to consider carefully if now is the time to act on the feeling that we are getting.
If we are acting in perfect love, there will be no downside. We have to use discernment here, though, because if we are still caught by the ego, we might imagine action that is actually far from God. Practice prayer assiduously. Really give some thought to the urge that is overwhelming us. Be sure that what we are hearing is coming from a Higher Power, not our lowly egoic self.
Jesus was gentle. If we use his example as our guide we will submit to God and not the world, but we will do so gently. Ask if the will to react is a God-driven initiative, in the example of Jesus. Ask to be shown the obedient-to-God way.