The divine teacher has told this in another way also, “The anger of a good person is like writing on water; it is not at all permanent. The anger of the second category of person is like writing on sand, it will be washed away, one moment or another. The third type of person’s anger is something like writing on stone. Over a long period of time it too will be eroded away. But the anger of the fourth type of person is like writing on a steel plate, it will never go away unless you melt it and cast it anew. Only when you put it into the fire will it get destroyed. Only through intense transformation is there any possibility of changing it.”
Things which are highly relevant in day-to-day life can be found in the Gita. It is very difficult for you to take all the teachings that
are in the Gita and practice all of them. But you should, at least, take those teachings which are directly applicable to your present
life and put them into practice. That way you reap immediate benefits and will rapidly progress towards your ultimate spiritual goal.