Fear stalls our forward movement. Our mind cannot think or imagine any creative ways to march forward to our goal with walking through the halls of our mind.
Depression steeps our mind in hot water as the tea bag in the cup. We feel surrounded and only see confusion. Our mind is encapsulated and doesn’t stir to correct the problem we are encountered.
Defeat only temporarily stalls our forward progress to our goal. As soon as we adjust, we search for a way over or around the blocked path.
Greed often causes us to cut corners or do slightly unethical things to get ahead. Giving God ten percent of what we earn seems to break of strong hold greed has on us. In conclusion, St. Paul says we ought to be satisfied with helping other with our accumulation.