Why do we always want what we can't have; when we get it, we realize we don't want it?
it called greed.....that is why when we finally get it and realize we don't want.. it was all about the greed in the beginning.
I think we want it just because we don't have it for that moment in time. But ounce we receive it, we no longer have a want for it.
Because the mind refuses limitations until they seem real and by not getting something you feel limited and try to breach those limits and when you get somethign the challenge is over and the challenge was worth more than the actual pay off
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