If they believe happiness is in the sea,they go to the sea. If they believe it is in the mountains,they go to the mountains. If they believe it is in the shopping malls,they go on a shopping spree. If they believe it is about being rich,they devote their lives to making money.Or, if they think it lies in being famous,they seek every means and measureto fight their way to fame.What all these people find in commonis that all the seas, money and famein the world cannot help themwhen they are heart-broken, depressed or in pain,that even a mountain of wealth and possessionscannot fill the emptiness in their hearts. In fact, such things produce short-lived pleasure and inevitably stress and exhaustion.