Isaac Babel’s short story Di Grasso clearly illustrates the Zen concept according to which, if a room is dark, all you should do to remedy the situation is to turn the light on. Do what you are most afraid of, and this will instantly transform hell into paradise.
They do not believe in people, but in people, because initially a person may not have faith in himself. When there is no self-belief, a person is filled with lies and fear. However, if you believe in a person, then you can ignite their faith in themselves, and then the fear and lies will die, and the person will be able to perform a miracle.
The meaning of enlightenment is to love darkness at night and light during the day. And don't forget to take a pinch of light in the night and a pinch of darkness in the day to sell to those who do the opposite.
To succeed in life, you need to look at the world through the paradigm of hope. Look at problems, troubles, and bad luck as good luck and a good opportunity. Gather all your willpower, and, with a crunch and crackle, switch the paradigm inside yourself, turn on the light.
If you think you have only a few options, you are clearly blind. You should have at least an infinite number of options. Look around carefully and try to do something very crazy and strange, but extremely simple and worthless, but with hope... without hope is not possible.