Many of our young men are dangerously dissatisfied. It’s not their fault. They’ve been trained to want what they don’t have—trained, you could say, to suffer.
We cannot be happy in the future. Happiness is a now state. Everything else is business as usual—anticipation, imagination, desire, wanting.
Therefore, want what you have; don’t want what you don’t have.
I will find something that will make me happier than I AM now.
If it’s love, it has no aim or purpose and doesn’t want anything.
Doctors cited organ failure but the real COD was an excess of pleasure.