The unenlightened man will always choose the worn path. He will choose play over study, noise over silence, company over solitude, a comfortable life over an ascetic one. He seeks fun and laughter, tries to satiate his appetite, fill his life with comforts, conveniences, toys, luxuries. Each one brings pleasure, but never satisfaction, never peace. Because he looks for happiness outside of himself. And he believes that he will be content when he is comfortabLe.