One who can give and instead hoards is as bad as one who receives and is not grateful.
Those who grow up frustrated in their receipt of gifted sustenance are likely to become angry, insatiable, and, by confusing good with evil, inclined to despoil sources of beneficence. Someone who has learned to partake of a sense of well-being and to enjoy the world as it is given to him can find satiation and thereby devote himself to other people.
Someone who has experienced satisfaction as a child is likely, as an adult, to know how to be grateful.
The experience of enjoyment leads to serenity and to emotional resilience.