The fire of life is desire

It is all about learning to love
If you want something badly enough, you’re sure to get it.

Your desires will in time externalize themselves into concrete fact.

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Rod Cook Explains Why You Shouldn’t Worry About Economic Recessions

If there’s one thing that can be said to symbolize today’s society, it is the expectation of instant gratification. We want what we want, and we want it now. We have cars that drive over two hundred miles per hour, jets that break the sound barrier and rockets that go into outer space. We are constantly expanding our horizons, stretching our capabilities beyond the bounds of human comprehension, and pushing into unknown territory with each breath we take.

 

It’s never occurred to us that we’re not intended to do most of the things we do in the name of progress. If you had asked our ancestors two hundred years ago if we would ever go into space, they would have told you that if God had intended for us to fly he’d have given us wings. Yet here we are. We’ve accomplished the impossible, and rather than being satisfied with that we push ourselves harder to accomplish the impossible faster and more spectacularly than ever before.

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