Why do people never feel complete?

You have a glass in hand, it’s full of water, sufficient enough to eradicate your thirst.

Now you will look at someone with a jug full of water.

You want the same quantity, but your glass is already full.

You blame every single particle in this planet for your misery.

Next you look at someone with a small cup of water, you ignore the quantity and only notice that it’s full like yours.

You look at the jug again and keep feeling unfulfilled.


Three mistakes-

  1. You should have not looked at other people’s vessels and focussed on your own glass.
  2. You should have realised that your glass is full already and sufficient enough to eradicate your thirst.
  3. You conveniently compared the size of vessel with some and the level of water with some.

 

The reason that most people feel unfulfilled in life is nothing but a faulty thought process.

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