(...) although we may have more than enough to satisfy our material needs we are never satistied and all the while we go on thinking how to make more money, how to have more sensual pleasure even at the cost of others' lives. Such pleasures are short-lived. We lose interest as soon as we have gained something we have craved for. (...) Many people suffer from loss of confidence and face difficulties in deciding what to do with their lives. The main cause of this mental attitude is ambition and anxiety, created by competition, jealousy and fear. (...) Whether we make ourselves more miserable or not depends on how much we allow our minds to affect us.