“Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned”- Gautama Buddha.
Do you get anger? It cross the limits* and hurts objects and minds? (*limit: there is no fixed definition for this. It depends on us!)
Those are the moments we want to forget or even erase from our life, right? Even then, it just happens and repeats!
From this point, I assume you agree to the initial quote from Gautama Buddha on anger.
So, even if we think anger burns us, we are unable to stop. May be as the first step, let’s accept the fact that we get anger! (Irrespective of the frequency). Next, re-confirm and read the quote at the beginning of this verse.
Now let’s try some steps through which we can observe these situation a bit closer! Can it help?
Continue reading DAnger!