Through the sense of sight man may lust after material objects, through the sense of hearing, he craves the sweet slow poison of flattery and music that may rouse his sexual desire, through the lustful pleasure of smell he is enticed towards wrong environments and action; lust for food and drink causes him to please his taste at the experience of health; through the sense of touch he lust after inordinate physical comfort and abuses the sex impulse. Kama also seeks gratification in wealth, status, power, domination—all that satisfies the ‘I' ‘me' in the egotistical man. Lustful desire is egotism, the lowest rung of the ladder of human character evolution. By the force of its insatiable passion kama loves to destroy one's happiness, health, brain power, clarity of thought, memory and discriminative judgment.
Unfulfilled desire creates anger. Anger cause the wrong doer to be enveloped in delusion, which then obscures memory of the correct behavior of the Self, causing decay of the discriminative faculty. From this confusion of intellect, annihilation of right behavior follows. Anger demonstrates its peace-destroying, reason-blinding, health-impairing, behavior in many forms; impatience, violence, irritation, inner seething, jealousy, resentment; malicious anger, satanic in violence and meanness; paroxysm of anger, arising from little or no external stimulation, caused by a chronic habit of anger' and deep-rooted anger from past life bad Karma.
Even if anger is justified, the so called "righteous anger" it must never take the place of calm, discriminative judgement and action.
How to deal with anger?
Do not stimulate it, practice Ahimsa (Non-violence)
Accept it. Practice Santosh (Contentment)
Try to overcome it. Practice Sauch (Cleanliness)
Ego makes one enslaved to his whims, so that he fails to correctly judge the errors that might be ingrained in his thought, ideas and feeling. Under this influence he acts not for the sake of duty or righteousness, but to fulfill undisciplined whims. From childhood most person are conditioned to be governed by their ego and led by their strong likes and dislikes. This enslavement to whims, likes and dislikes is lobha. It is covetousness, avarice, acquisitiveness, a confusion of the mind between necessary ‘necessities' and unnecessary ‘necessities'.
The most common form of greed is man's ungoverned appetite for food. In its most covetous and avaricious display, greed leads to stealing, dishonesty, cheating, self-surfeit at the expense of the well being of the others. If man allows himself to be conquered by greed his life and spirit will be ruined by suffering. Krishna warns the devotee Arjuna that the three fold gate to hell is kama, krodha and lobha. Therefore these must be abandoned (ch 16, verse 21).
This fault of the Ego suppresses the evolution and manifestation of the Soul. Ego is a small