Question: Why do I sometimes become angry at everything around me?

Sri Chinmoy: This means that you have lost your oneness with the things around you. You can never be angry when you maintain your oneness. If you have oneness, then when you see imperfection, you will try to perfect it; when you see impurity, you will try to purify it. But when oneness is lacking, and you see imperfection or impurity, then you are bound to become angry. If you do not have oneness with your hands and your arms, then you may say, “How is it that they are not strong enough?” or “How is it that I am not playing well on the piano?” But when you have oneness, then there can be no anger.