The More You Get, The More You Want
Look into a very simple analogy. A poor man who owns only a bicycle as his ride may want to have a motorbike. When he gets the bike he dreamed of before, he will be happy for a while, and start to want more. Another motorbike? No. He will want a car. Will he be happy when he gets a car? He will … for a while. Soon he will start to wonder how good it is to drive a fancy car … not just a car. See it? The more you get, the more you want (to get more).
The More You Want, The Less You Get
Unfortunately the opposite happens. Take another analogy. Someone who owns a bicycle and want a motorbike will be very pleased to get a motorbike. If he owns a car and wants a fancy car, will he be happy to get a motorbike? Right, very unlikely. When he wants a motorbike, getting a motorbike gives him a significant pleasure. When he wants a fancy car, getting a motorbike is a nightmare. It is about value. The value of things you get is less when you are wanting more.
Follow the cycle … and you will never feel happy and satisfied the whole lifetime. When you die, you will die in regret.
Колко от Вас са достигнали до тези свещенни истини?Колко от Вас и как разбират истинкото значение на думите Цена, Стойност, Удовлетвореност, Потребност?