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Living in the Lower Worlds

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Submitted by Michael Hanni Morcos (Canada), Jan 9, 2015 at 16:55

Anger -The fourth of the Ten Worlds .One of the four evil paths. A state dominated by a selfish ego that values oneself alone and hold others in contempt. A person in this life-condition is attached to the idea of his own superiority and cannot bear to be inferior to others in anything .Asuras ,contentious demons in Indian mythology ,were regarded as typifying the condition of life in the world of Anger.

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