The author emphasizes the importance of spirituality and Godly study in managing anger. By connecting with God and understanding the perspectives of others, the author is able to remain calm and avoid reacting to intimidating situations. The author cites examples from the lives of Brahma Baba and Aadi Dev as motivation to work on oneself and adopt an anger-less mindset. The author believes that the only way to be free of anger is to be filled with love and compassion by God, who has adopted and made the author "the apple of His eye." The author concludes with a chart to evaluate and manage anger tendencies.
The text is about the concept of soul consciousness, which means looking at and connecting with others based on their virtues, rather than their vices. The author believes that focusing on the positive traits of others can lead to growth and positivity. To achieve this, they suggest formatting the hard disc of the mind and avoiding judgmental thoughts. The author also mentions the importance of putting oneself first, much like putting on an oxygen mask on a plane before helping others. They compare this concept to the sun, which shines impartial light on everyone, and emphasize that each individual is a unique diamond with their own beauty. The author ends by mentioning the importance of meditation, slowing down, connecting with God, and counselling the mind in order to achieve soul consciousness.