krodh

  1. seekingsikhi

    Taking That Peace With You

    Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh I am a slave to kaam and krodh. It always starts with anger. The fuse gets lit, and if I don't quickly catch it and stamp it out I eventually blow. Sometimes I catch but the tiniest spark, but other small things come along and fan that spark until...
  2. N

    What Is View Of Sikhism On Lending Money To Someone?

    Should one lead money to someone? In case yes, what will be the key things one should consider? Will you lead to person who has kaam, krod, lobh, moh and ahankar?
  3. Taranjeet singh

    Sex And Soul

    We have been asked to control five lower passions and inter alia Kaam/sex happens to be the first one. Sex does have an effect on body. It is wondered if the sex has any effect on the soul. i.e if the soul is hit adversely by this physical activity of the body. What is the inter-relationship...
  4. Harry Haller

    General On A Scale Of Most Severe, Which Vice Affects You The Most?

    Gurfatehji In a recent thread, the concept arose of facets of the Creator that had always been inside us, from birth to present day. By the same token, I think one or more of the five thieves have also been inside us, from birth to present day, I think we all got something good and something...
  5. A

    Krodh (anger Or Rage)

    KRODH (ANGER OR RAGE) by Rajinder Singh ‘Arshi’ THE BASIC DEFINITION Krodh (or krodha) has its Sanskrit derivation meaning wrath or rage. In English too we may refer to it as anger, rage, wrath or ire. Krodh, an expression of emotional energy, is destructive if handled wrongly and...
  6. S

    Krodh- One Of Five Evils

    KRODH is derived from the Sanskrit word krodha which means wrath or Rage or uncontrolled anger. This is an emotion recognized in the Sikh system as a spring of conation and is as such counted as one of the Five Evils. It expresses itself in several forms from silent sullenness to hysterical...
  7. Archived_Member16

    KRODH - Anger In Sikhism !

    Krodh is derived from the Sanskrit word krodha, which means wrath or Rage. This is an emotion recognized in the Sikh system as a spring of conation and is as such counted as one of the Five Evils. It expresses itself in several forms from silent sullenness to hysterical tantrums and violence...
  8. R

    General The Worst Evil

    Liberation and Five evils As moksa or liberation from the material existence is the highest and most profound goal for the human species and as moksa is only achieved by renunciation of kama or lust and krodha or anger. For their greatest good it behoves all humans to staunchly resist these...
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