I have spent a considerable amount of time with people who lack the ability to distinguish what they want. These people are amongst the unhappiest people I have encountered. Yet again I am under the impression that most people are unhappy, due to their lack of knowledge on what they want. These people tend to go through resources and relationships at equal pace, never truly appreciating either, eventually leading to their unhappiness. At times these people can seem satisfied by their new thing or their new relationship, but surely the satisfaction fades for it is not happiness, only a temporary distraction. Now forced to find a new want, probably with the aid of the television, radio, social media, or possibly even through conversation with a peer who is equally confused. The truth is, however, this next want arises, it was self-induced and self-prescribed. These self-prescribed wants now cast us in the same cycle of waste only with a slim chance of being happy. In reality, the next step after declaring that one's life is unsatisfactory would be to stop wanting, instead, we must focus on what we need. People alike will exclaim that they need these things that they simply want and wish upon, I am here to tell you differently. This leaves us with the task of defining a want and a need.
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