It doesn't like to observe names and forms as they are.
It projects quality and duality onto all the perceived names and forms based on its likes and dislikes influencing by its thinking and belief.
Through remembering what it perceived or what it knows, it judges, compares and expects.
It clings, craves, rejects, agrees, disagrees, wants, doesn't want, creates and destroys.
It has many forms of desires and great ambitions.
There's aspiration and intention to perform actions and inactions motivated by its desires and ambitions.
It has 'passionate' aspiration and intention to 'share' what it knows and has, and 'share' what others know and have.
There's nothing wrong with that, just that the mind is not free.
Even the mind that projects 'good' and 'kind' quality onto itself, desires to be 'good and kind' and thinking 'positively and optimistically', and performing good and kind actions to benefit the world, is not necessarily be free from selfishness. The one who thinks "I am not selfish. I want to be unselfish." and recognizing other people are being selfish, is not necessarily be free from selfishness.
"I want the world to be good and I want to make the world good, so that I and my loved ones can have a good world to live in and have a good life."
It's everyone's freedom for what they want to think and believe, and what they want to do with their life existence.
Silent the restless mind, abandon 'positive thinking' and 'optimism', be free from desires, and even the desire to be free from suffering, if one truly wishes to realize yoga.
Positive thinking and optimism is just an counteract for 'negative thinking' and 'hopelessness'. It's not the truth nor the end of suffering.
If 'God' exists, 'God' doesn't have intention to make anyone or anything to be good or bad, positive or negative, happy or unhappy.
There's neither positive nor negative, neither good nor bad, neither happiness nor unhappiness, neither elation nor depression.
Dharma doesn't need to be shared, if one knows Dharma.
Peace and love doesn't need to be shared, if one knows peace and love.
Be free from aspiration and intention, if one truly wants to realize yoga.
Don't be ambitious.
'Sharing', 'connecting', 'giving' and 'receiving' are reflections of separateness.
'Sharing', 'connecting', 'giving' and 'receiving' don't exist in oneness.
Who is sharing with whom? Who is connecting with whom? Who is giving? Who is receiving?