Desire never ends!

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Photograph by Peter Lik: National Geographic
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Desires attach to emotions, creating urgency, thus becoming a need.
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Needs eliminate our sense of gratitude because we feel loss.
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Hard to be grateful when we are deprived of a perceived necessity, a missed satisfaction.
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Modern society bombards us with products which are seen as necessity.
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Explore Maslov’s hierarchy of needs.
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After basic food, water, shelter, and personal interaction, more possessions do not always correlate with improved happiness.
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To be happy, desires have to be in perspective, in balance.
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How can we be grateful, when we live with urgent desire?
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Gratitude does not flow from desire.
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One response to this post.

  1. Good words. I liked the photo as well! 🙂

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