The eight parts of The Noble Eightfold Path explained
1 Right view
The Right View is to see that our lives are not fully satisfactory; that life is impermanent; that it is subject to suffering. We have to understand that suffering is something that we have to penetrate by means of knowledge, something that we have to conquer, and not something we should escape from through pain removers, entertainment, distractions or dull forgetfulness.
YOU HAVE THE ABILITY TO CONTROL YOUR DIRECTION AND CORRECT THINKING
NOTE: You can’t say, “He made me angry.” You choose whether to get angry or not. The right view would be to choose not to get angry.