If mind is malfunctioning, you devolve into deficient cynical extremist opportunism extolling fear of the nonexistent.
Warn those who are rich in this world’s goods that they are not to look down on other people; and not to set their hopes on money, which is untrustworthy, but on God who, out of his riches, gives us all that we need for our happiness. Tell them that they are to do good, and be rich in good works, to be generous and willing to share – this is the way they can save up a good capital sum for the future if they want to make sure of the only life that is real.
(1Timothy 6:11-21, first reading, Office of Readings, Saturday, week 27)
If mind is clear and healthy, you become gracious and generous appreciator of things that actually sensibly exist.