Why we are Never Satisfied with what we have

We are Never Satisfied with what we have

Why are we never satisfied with what we have. We always want something more or something different. 

“Happiness does not come from having much, but from being content, even when you have little.” ~ Matshona Dhliwayo 

Success always motivates a person. That’s why humans are always in a race to get more and more.

 While some people are content with their present life, others are never satisfied with what they have. 

Many believe that what belongs to other people is better than theirs. Moreover, the needs of human are boundless

Each day we dream about our goals and to change our-self from others. Every day the curiosity of attempting to do the challenging work continues, where there is no satisfaction of achieving one task. 

It is common knowledge in many cases that there is no existence of final satisfaction. For Example, when I had no vehicle, I wanted to have a good bicycle. Then I replaced it with a motorbike so that I could go faster and did not have to get tired of pedaling the bike. Yes, I was able to get myself a motorbike but I lost my left arm riding faster. 

After that, I wanted a car, a very comfortable and impressive means of transport. Now I have a fashionable car that I can afford. But if I had billions of Euros, I would consider purchasing a helicopter to go to work. 

Some people think that rich people have everything they need and they have nothing to wish for. I think it is not true. The more money one has, the more one wants and can afford it.  

Besides, there are some things no one can buy like love, friendship, and health.

A rich person may want to lose some weight and looks like some guy from a cover of the magazine.

In my opinion, life would not be worth living without goals.

We always try to reach new goals, higher and higher. We hope to gain happiness if we have more things or things like other people. But the more you have, the more you want. 

Have Hope, unlike gratitude, which involves the perception of a current reward, hope involves the positive anticipation of receiving a future desired outcome. 

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