Let the property of your fellow be as precious unto you as your own.
“Rabbi Yose (the Priest) said: Let the property of your fellow be as precious unto you as your own. Make yourself fit to study Torah, for it will not be yours by inheritance. And let all your actions be for [the sake of] the name of heaven.”
Tractate of Avot 2:12
Every person must treat public and private property as though it was their own and not act wastefully. They should dedicate their lives to studying and becoming wiser, listen to their inner voice, and not look for spiritual shortcuts. Wisdom should never be taken for granted, as no one receives it automatically at birth. Furthermore, we shouldn’t constantly seek our own benefit and profit, but rather do everything for the sake of heaven.
Stability is achieved when we remain constant in our spiritual work, regardless of the volatility and disorder surrounding us.