Throwing Stuff in Rages of Anger
Scottie Pippen once went off into a horrible rage of anger after the referee, Joey Crawford, missed a call and then called Scottie for a call. Scottie upset must have uttered something despicable and caught a technical.
At this point, Scottie was still upset inside, but the storm was raging and only needed one word to send it flaming. He got it and he went on a tirade, as you can see in the video. If we do not control the pain-within and stay present, he or she (the ego and pain-within) can unleash itself at any moment.
This will be manifested through the physical body.
As it did with Scottie Pippen in this instance, pushing him into a rage that caught him throwing a chair onto the court in the direction of referee, Joey Crawford. The chair could have hit someone unintended, who also possibly holds pain-within.
Stop Throwing Stuff in Rages of Anger
This is why it is important, even vital, to release yourself from anger and all other egomania that control and lies dormant until triggered. Once triggered, if you are unable to get back present, in the moment; somebody is going to get hit on the head with a chair.
Don’t get caught throwing stuff in rages of anger.