We all are working hard like fools, day and night, in order to gain happiness and satisfaction. We try our level best to extract as much pleasure as possible from the sense objects. The only apparent ‘objective’ of everyone’s lives is maximization of this pleasure. However, a few bitter truths have to be kept in mind while pursuing such a wild goose chase. First, no material pleasure is permanent in nature. Second, we have to pay a cost for ‘purchasing’ material pleasures in the terms of money, time and energy. Thirdly, an individual can never be completely satisfied no matter how much pleasure he obtains. Fourthly, as we go higher and higher in the pursuit of material pleasures we often tend to take up the ‘wrong path’ which results into frustration and guilt. And the list is endless. Therefore, it can be easily deduced that humans are blindly following this objective of maximizing pleasure without paying heed to these aforementioned truths. To put it in a nutshell, the success rate of such a blind pleasure hunt is even less than that of making a dead person alive. History has proved this, the present is witnessing it and the future will face it too.
🌺 Dear Sir/Madam, if your plan is to attain temporary happiness than do anything but the worship of Lord Nitai. Please. That will give you never ending happiness and your plan will disappointingly fail.