The Root Of Anxiety
For Sartre, there are endless ways to live and all are equally absurd, all equally meaningless, and all equally worthy. We have freedom to mold life any way we wish, coupled with a deep desire for wanting to mold it as best we possibly can. But we lack any ability to know if our choices are good or bad or right or wrong. And hence, we can never know if what we choose is what's best for us.
This access to endless information and potential solutions to dealing with life has given rise to increasing anxieties, depressions and confusions.