The ego wants what it wants when it wants it. That is, until it gets it then it wants something else.–me

The human ego is a needy thing. It tells us that we are incomplete, which is true enough. It tells us we will be complete whenever we get…well something. But when we get that something, we find we are still incomplete. So, the ego finds something else to complete iself. The underlying myth behind all this is that there is something we could have, something we could to that would complete us. All that’s required is to figure out what that something is and either get it or do it. Question is: how many times must we try and fail before we figure out that this is all nonsense?

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