I've pondered at this very question for quite some time and I've found that I basically want enough. Nothing more, nothing less! I've come to the conclusion that getting ALL that you want is a relative impossibility. What do you think?
Heh...on the face of it, and by my values, want for good karma, and belief that EVERYBODY should have what they need, the resources for which should come from those who "have it all" - they who are blatantly, stinking rotten rich, I want enough.
But, given my difficulties neurological, financial, anxiety and housing related...just to START, getting to the poing that these ever all become permanently cured, relieved or managable, that will surely be akin to having it all! And on those fronts, I want it all! Screw the fancy cars and other bling. I'd be embarrassed to wear such materialism on my sleeve, anyway.
As for health, complete and total neurological, neuropsychological, cognitive and affective relief and de facto relief via remediation, YES...I DEMAND IT ALL!!!
A lot of truth in what your saying; however, what if your limit exceeds possibility or practicality? (IDK) I go left-field sometimes, but for the most part I completely understand what you're saying. Thanks!