"When you have been deprived of something, not invited somewhere, been deceived, shouted at, scolded with ugly words or abused; this is no reason for resentment and frustration. Rather this is even the more the reason to be reasonable, reflect logically and analyze all surrounding situation to understand why it had happened and what actions on your part prompted these unfavorable situations.
If you start to take offense or cry, you will only end up in pitying yourself and indulging in your EGOtism. At this point is ego is offended. Your EGOtism will generate in your mindset a strong aggression against that person or situation that offended you.
As a result of your accumulated aggression, EGOtism prevents you from thinking logically, thereby it pushes you to negative emotions. Due to these chains of events you begin to make mistakes which would only lead to negative results in the form of quarrels, fights and other problems. At the same time, you create more enemies and the hatred of people towards you.
It is better to act reasonably and call to mind all that could have cause this ill-treatment and what led people to treat you so illicitly. After identifying the cause of such ill treatment and remembering it and avoid repeating such mistakes. This way you would permanently get rid of bad emotions of other people towards you”.
"Any quarrel or war can always be avoided.
You need only to enlighten your opponent’s mind
and subsequently make him your friend."
"When you are patient with people or situations and you try to restrain yourself so as not to get angry, you start to be under control of your EGOtism. Your EGOtism provokes negative emotions in you and will subsequently make you regret it.
IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO UNDERSTAND:
It is better to think and logically comprehend that each person is individual in his personality and thinking, and each person has his own concept of life. So it makes no sense tolerating or being angry with anyone".
WISDOM OF THE MIND
"A WISE person is not characterized by negative emotions,
because the wise Man will always perceive the world as it really is."