Philosophical Sayings About Worldly Matter (XVIIII)
Anger over other people’s faults is a demon. It torments the person possessed by it while leaving the wrongdoers alone.
(This is a translation of H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III Wan Ko Yeshe Norbu’s philosophical sayings about worldly matters originally written in Chinese.)
Below is not an official translation, just for reference.
There are fifty Skandha-Demon States in the Śūraṅgama Sūtra. What are the Skandha-Demon States? The Skandha-Demon States mentioned here are those who are angry, bewildered, and bringing troubles on themselves. To put other people's inaccuracy, dishonesty, and badness towards oneself is a heavy burden to bear on one's body. If one can't figure it out, they are looking for trouble or pain on one’s own, this is called attaching the Skandha-Demon States.