Happiness generally adorns the life of the man who is naive and ignorant. There is no possibility for a man of wisdom and knowledge to find happiness. A man of wisdom and knowledge is aware of too many problems; his days and nights are spent obsessing about the lost opportunities to solve these problems. A naive and ignorant man knows little about the world’s problems, so he can hope for a better future; he can look at life as a beautiful fairytale. A man of wisdom and knowledge knows too much to be hopeful; he cannot avoid pessimism; he cannot avoid looking at life as an unending nightmare and a tragedy.