Do not be greedy. Once greed arises, you are insatiable. Be it money or material things, you always feel you don't have enough. The greedier you are, the less satisfied you become. The less satisfied you are, the greedier you get. You are greedy into your old age, but you still don't wake up. You are harmed by greed your whole life. When you die, you still feel there is some matter or some object you haven't obtained, and you feel deep regret. How pitiful this is! The second great principle of the City of Ten Thousand Buddhas is not to be greedy for money, benefits, or fame--in general, not to be greedy for anything whatsoever. Each person should just do his study and propagate the Buddhadharma to perpetuate the Buddha's wisdom-life to benefit all people.