Controlling Of Anger.

We, people have many types of senses. Among them our anger is one. We, all trying to win the world and we want to run this world in the manner that suits to our requirements. In this unreliable process,we become slave of our own desires and get involved in jealousy and unhealthy competition. Still, it is not possible to fulfill all the desires.
The unfulfilled desires are the main cause of creation of our anger. Sometimes our anger killed ourselves. Sometimes our anger creates obstacles in our life also. Some-people becomes it’s slave very easily and spoiling their own life as well as some others also.
Sometimes the anger is acting as the useful tool for us, when it is used judiciously and with discretion. The anger is useful as it rouses us into action against injustice or harm that has been done by someone.
But, certainly it has many bad effects also. Aristotle, the famous philosopher has said “Any one can become angry; that is easy, but to be angry with the right person at the right time for the right purpose and in the right way, is not easy.”
People who reads Srimad Bhavad Gita may aware about the reasons for anger and also aware about how to controlled it. That is explained very well in the Gita. Here, I am providing some verses which are helping you for solving your curiosity.
“Dhyayato visayan pumsah sangas tesupajayate, Sangat sanjayat kamat krodho bhi jayate.”
From above verses it’s means that “while contemplating the objects of the senses, a person develops attachment for them and from such attachment lost develops and it arises with losing of anger.
Another verse of the Gita is “Krodhad bhavati sammohah, sammohat smrti vibhramah, Smrti bhramsad buddhi naso, buddhisad pranayastyati.”
The above verse means that, from the anger, arises delusion, from the delusion arises confusion of the mind and from the confusion of the mind losses of the reason and from the losses of the reason one goes to the complete ruin his/her life. To be continue:-

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