How Buddha Taught Self Control?
All we have left is Buddha quotes, and his sayings. Some of Buddha quotes teaches us some big lesson in fewer words. Let’s discuss how he taught to achieve everlasting bliss.
“You will not be punished for your anger, you will be punished by your anger.” Buddha
It happens in life there comes various moments, when we feel pissed off. Sometimes we face financial setbacks, sometimes we suffer from health issues, folks how do most of react in these situations? If I ask myself than frankly speaking I usually pour my anger on those people who are important to me in such situations. What do I get then? Peace, relieve, or happiness nothing at all.
We all get angry at some point in life, and our anger varies sometimes it is in the form of rage, or resentment or indignation. Rage is when we act violently over something, resentment is a subdued bitterness but indignation is a form of anger that is motivated by something injustice going on so it is justified.
Now here are the devastating consequences of anger that will make you realize how essential self-control is for a peaceful life.
- Anger breaks a person’s relationship with God,
- distracts one’s mind,
- isolates you,
- it breaks human relations
- it causes procrastination
It builds anxiety and frustration in us and much more, so if we rationally analyze the sufferings that we create for ourselves by getting angry. We would never in our life get angry for pointless reasons.