By differentiating between animate and inanimate problems, we can understand that the real nature of our problems is our own feelings, which are part of our mind.
Although delusions are countless, there are six root delusions, and all other delusions are branches of these six.
Pure love is unmixed with attachment and stems entirely from a concern for others’ happiness. It never gives rise to problems but only to peace and happiness for both ourself and others.
The definition of conscientiousness is a mental factor that, in dependence upon effort, cherishes what is virtuous and guards the mind from delusion and non-virtue.