Why do we always want more?

Maybe we want a substitute for what we really want, and can’t get it? The Beatles had the answer? All you need is love love love…
Most of the desires are fear driven (80% of the thoughts are fear driven because our mind wants to protect us), then comes greed for goods, money, sex, power, fast food and drugs, and at the end comes success.

After Antonie Robbins, the rich people are attached to money and have more fear to lose the money than poor people. A. Robbins thinks that the wealthy people in average are unhappier than the poor people. Because the search for money and power is so vast, that even if the rich people have reached their goals; fast, they build up new goals. The wealthy people think it is not enough, instead of to be happy with what they have. Otherwise, they would never be so prosperous and successful.

What is if we have all the money, success, power in the world but not the happiness and love?

Alexander The Great was asking Diogenes. Diogenes was a joyful, fulfilled person with no goods, total poor. Diogenes said simple to the most powerful and richest man in the world: Go out of the sun, I like to sunbath. Instantly Alexander did so, and then Diogenes said this great quote: “ Everybody is dying in the middle of his journey.” How is it, if we take the time to come home inside of ourselves and let the craving go, instead of running behind worldly things our whole life. How is it to enjoy what we are doing at this moment?

We can find inner peace/calmness of our mind, bliss, love, and happiness inside of ourselves, without the worldly substitutes. This doesn’t mean, that we can not fulfill our human desires.
The King Akbar Khan from India also had everything, and his focus was on God/Allah, he was also a spiritual master. It is a misconception that the religions are against worldly desires. We can have the best from both worlds (spiritual and material world) when we are focused on God.

My Video: Why do we always want more? Maybe we want a substitute for what we really want, and can’t get it? The Beatles had the answer? All you need is love love love…
Most of the desires are fear driven (80% of the thoughts are fear driven because our mind wants to protect us), then comes greed for goods, money, sex, power, fast food and drugs, and at the end comes success.

After Antonie Robbins, the rich people are attached to money and have more fear to lose the money than poor people. A. Robbins thinks that the wealthy people in average are unhappier than the poor people. Because the search for money and power is so vast, that even if the rich people have reached their goals; fast, they build up new goals. The wealthy people think it is not enough, instead of to be happy what they have. Otherwise, they would never be so prosperous and successful.

What is if we have all the money, success, power in the world but not the happiness and love?

Alexander The Great was asking Diogenes. Diogenes was a joyful, fulfilled person with no goods, total poor. Diogenes said simple to the most powerful and richest man in the world: Go out of the sun, I like to sunbath. Instantly Alexander did so, and then Diogenes said this great quote: “ Everybody is dying in the middle of his journey.” How is it, if we take the time to come home inside of ourselves and let the craving go, instead of running behind worldly things our whole life. How is it to enjoy what we are doing at this moment?

We can find inner peace/calmness of our mind, bliss, love, and happiness inside of ourselves, without the worldly substitutes. This doesn’t mean, that we can not fulfill our human desires.
The King Akbar Khan from India also had everything, and his focus was on God/Allah, he was also a spiritual master. It is a misconception that the religions are against worldly desires. We can have the best from both worlds (spiritual and material world) when we are focused on God.

My Video: Why do we always want more? https://youtu.be/vP5DiYw9nXM
My Audio on Podcast: RELAX WITH MEDITATION or see link in the end.
My Audio: Maybe we want a substitute for what we really want, and can’t get it? The Beatles had the answer? All you need is love love love…
Most of the desires are fear driven (80% of the thoughts are fear driven because our mind wants to protect us), then comes greed for goods, money, sex, power, fast food and drugs, and at the end comes success.

After Antonie Robbins, the rich people are attached to money and have more fear to lose the money than poor people. A. Robbins thinks that the wealthy people in average are unhappier than the poor people. Because the search for money and power is so vast, that even if the rich people have reached their goals; fast, they build up new goals. The wealthy people think it is not enough, instead of to be happy what they have. Otherwise, they would never be so prosperous and successful.

What is if we have all the money, success, power in the world but not the happiness and love?

Alexander The Great was asking Diogenes. Diogenes was a joyful, fulfilled person with no goods, total poor. Diogenes said simple to the most powerful and richest man in the world: Go out of the sun, I like to sunbath. Instantly Alexander did so, and then Diogenes said this great quote: “ Everybody is dying in the middle of his journey.” How is it, if we take the time to come home inside of ourselves and let the craving go, instead of running behind worldly things our whole life. How is it to enjoy what we are doing at this moment?

We can find inner peace/calmness of our mind, bliss, love, and happiness inside of ourselves, without the worldly substitutes. This doesn’t mean, that we can not fulfill our human desires.
The King Akbar Khan from India also had everything, and his focus was on God/Allah, he was also a spiritual master. It is a misconception that the religions are against worldly desires. We can have the best from both worlds (spiritual and material world) when we are focused on God.

My Video: Why do we always want more? https://youtu.be/vP5DiYw9nXM
My Audio on Podcast: RELAX WITH MEDITATION or see link in the end.
My Audio: https://rudizimmerer.s3-ap-southeast-1.amazonaws.com/5/Why+do+we+always+want+more.mp3

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