Not to answer a question with a question. It's simply that even though I personally follow a spiritual path which teaches vairag, or (to a degree) emotional detachment, I've never agreed with those who believe "no desire" is the way to live life. Those well meaning Souls see such a state as the ultimate way to balance on the razor's edge as we journey back to God.
For some, that may even be true.
But for me...I call B.S. Out-of-control emotions? Truly, those can be a problem. But an utter lack of emotion such as desire? Life without some degree of desire is simply, to me...worthless.
Rather, when I want something (or someone, for that matter), I freely allow that wanting to exist and even to flourish. I simply do not allow the wanting to rule and/or ruin my life or the lives of others.
Does this approach produce karma? Absolutely. So what? Karma, both good and bad, is the seasoning that spices the dish of Life. It is the interplay of Shadow and Light, produce form and depth, rich in texture.
Does my enjoyment (yes, enjoyment) of karma puzzle and even sometimes shock the other members of my own faith? Absolutely. So what?
That's my story, and I"m sticking to it.