You can sail safe on the sea of worldly life (Samsara) if there are no leaks in the boat; but through the leaks of lust, anger, greed, delusion, pride and envy (kama, krodha, lobha, moha, mada, matsarya), the waters of worldliness will enter your boat and sink it, drowning you beyond redemption. To not allow water into the boat, fix all leaks. Then, you need not fear! You can benefit from all the chances Samsara gives to train the senses, widen your affection, deepen your experiences, and strengthen detachment. Do not fall in love with the world so much that your false attachment brings you back into this delusive amalgam of joy and grief. Unless you stand back a little, away from entanglement with the world, knowing that it is all a play whose director is God, you are in danger of being too closely involved. Use the world as a training ground for sacrifice, service, expansion of heart, and cleansing of emotions.