When I looked at the worm-eaten Apple again, I realized that people don't know what they want. On the one hand, they like gold, which is not enough... and on the other hand, they like the Apple and irritate the worm in it. People's desires are contradictory. To earn money, I began to buy cheap wormy apples, take out worms and sell them for their weight in gold.
I know only one desire, which is also impossible to limit. Do good. Do good and throw it in the water. Your task is to grow and bear fruit. Who will eat your fruit and why is not your concern. You can't restrict someone who wants to grow and bear fruit without demanding anything from anyone.
Self-confidence comes from the firmness of your desires. Nothing can shake my determination to achieve my goal, you tell yourself. The achievability of my goal depends only on me, and I will not give up until I have done everything possible.
Strong desire creates impassability. A strong desire is like a great speed. Too much speed leads to the fact that the liquid becomes solid as a stone, and creates an impassability. If you slow down, you can walk through walls.
Holding back your desires from within, you are like a spring that accumulates energy. If your desires are restrained from the outside, then you are like someone who leans against a wall in the hope of moving it. The more you push, the more the wall resists. Both options have a place to be. In the first case, you can reach critical mass and explode. The second option can be used as a dam.
To accept is to let go. The excess desire is the cause of failure and resistance. Those who crave love and pleasure are doomed to lack them. Those who have accepted the small things will get everything they want and the hunger will pass.
It is very effective to fulfill other people's wishes. When people hope, love, and believe in you, they delegate their power to you, thus multiplying your power. The main thing is that you believe in yourself, otherwise multiplying by zero generates zero.
The problem with the poor is that they are afraid of the pain that creates desire. The greater and stronger the desire, the more suffering it creates. The rich are not afraid of their suffering, and the poor are afraid of their desires.