Thoughts arise regarding getting solutions to the unanswered question of life.
These questions always attract me. Ambition means aspiration for importance. It is believed that this is what gives meaning to life, we want to reach a post, big business, or a place where everyone gives us importance. Anywhere you go, you are disappointed if you get less importance.
Rishi Yagyavalkya says that the desire to see ourselves in the eyes of others is the cause of our ego and then we constantly collect all that makes us important in the eyes of others. We also condemn others so that our ego can be satisfied and thinks the best of itself.
The problem comes when there is a contradiction between contentment and ambition. We do not understand whether to be satisfied or try to get importance, because satisfaction prevents life from being dynamic.
But naturalists like Osho strive to determine our momentum. When Shiva tries to stop a Yajna as in the Yajna of the Yaksha, he searches for the purpose of the Yajna, for which purpose we sacrifice our lives in the Yajna of our lives if the purpose is good and culture keeps the balance between natures, then the ambition is not wrong.
This is precisely how we derive satisfaction from our work and do not remain contented!