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No, I'm afraid we can't.
Most of it belongs to someone else already.
LOL.. you are right Doc Snow. We can't have everything. We can't be perfect. But if you still want perfection, you can be only close to it.
Everything is overstatement. I mean, human as we are, our desire for something continues. That makes that "everything" unreachable.
No that is not possible and tell you one thing life is interesting because we dont have every thing otherwise life is boring because there is no struggle.
Everything is subjective. It means different things to different people.
I had everything and more. It means nothing without the 2 people I love most in this world: my child and my husband. Now, without my husband, my child and I are faced with the uselessness of everything else that doesn't fill the void.
Everything that doesn't matter tends to steal time from the everything that is good for you.
Nope we cannot
I agree with Doc Snow it belongs to someone else.. x
Yes, because you control the definition of "everything."
Only when you allow others to tell you what to strive for, do you fall short.
If you are satisfied of what you already possessed.
Sometimes we tend to be greedy as finding that it is not enough. But in real life, having everything is just your satisfaction.
I have a family, children and home. This is already everything that I wanted in life. Other things will be additional to what I want. So, be satisfied of what you have already got and you will be happy with everything in life.
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