Learning To Want What We Need

Question: How come getting what we need is more painful than getting what we want in life?

Answer: Because getting what we want agrees with our selfish, egocentric and subjective nature, getting what we want is instinctive, easy.

Getting what we need is sometimes against what our inherent, instinctive nature wants. Since we are completely disconnected from Natural reality – due to living in our own dark, introverted bubbles – most of the time what we want is against what we would need fur a healthy, sustainable Human life.

We can’t want what we need unless we enter a unique, purposeful, mutually supportive and mutually complementing environment, that can gradually lift us above egoistic instincts, helping us to integrate with Nature’s perfect system by acquiring similarity with its attributes.


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