"All is Vanity!"
Despite all of the success and fortune of Koheleth, he finds himself unfulfilled. He talks about all of his accomplishments and his intellectual success, but still repeatedly claims that “all is vanity.” He seems to find parts of life that he enjoys, only to decide later that they’re meaningless. At first glance, this book may seem incredibly negative. So what’s the point of life if being successful doesn’t matter at all!?