The face is covered by wrinkles, the head is marked with white hair, and the limbs have slackened but desire alone is still young.
The houseflies long for wounds; the kings crave for wealth; evil people look out for quarrels and the good people try to unite people.
Of all the eighteen Mahapuranas of Vyasa, only two lessons form the essence: to do good to others is punya (merit) and to trouble others is papa (demerit or sin).
It is easy for people to show off knowledge by advising others. But it is hard to get a great man who practices what he preaches.