Mahatma Vidur believes that due to anger, a person loses the understanding of good and bad, due to which many times he harms himself.
Mahatma Vidura, the great intellectual of the Mahabharata period, was a great thinker, everyone was impressed by his intellect. Mahatma Vidura, like Dhritarashtra and Pandu, was the son of Maharishi Ved Vyas, although he could not get the throne due to being a maid’s son. Mahatma Vidur was the General Secretary of Hastinapur. Due to his foresight and strategies, Maharaj Dhritarashtra used to take the opinion of Vidur ji on almost every subject. The talks between Mahatma Vidura and Dhritarashtra before the Mahabharata war are known as ‘Vidur Neeti’.
Vidur ji has mentioned three such things in his ethics, which are not less than any hell for human beings. Such things destroy human life and their soul. Know what are those three things-
Greed: According to Mahatma Vidur, one should never get greedy. Once the feeling of greed and greed comes in one’s mind then such person becomes oriented towards wrong actions. A greedy person does not hold back from harming anyone to fulfill his selfishness. The soul of such people becomes dirty and their life also gets ruined.
eroticism: According to Mahatma Vidur, a person whose lust for sex is strong, his soul is destroyed. He loses control of himself. His sleep and peace are all taken away. Such people do anything wrong because of their lust, so man should come to control his lust.
Anger: Mahatma Vidura, one of the great intellectuals, has described anger as the greatest enemy of man. Vidur ji believes that due to anger, a person loses the understanding of good and bad, due to which many times he harms himself. Therefore, one should always stay away from anger and never let anger dominate oneself.