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Desires

Desires

bullet Remember that not getting what you want can be a wonderful stroke of luck.
bullet The unobtainable is always the most desirable.
bullet Our actions are never as good or as bad as our desires.
bullet Strong hates reveal our secret desires.
bullet Discontent arises more from our desires than from our needs.
bullet He is rich who desires little.
bullet Riches increase rather than satisfy our desires.
bullet Happiness is being able to admire without desiring.
bullet Desire is another form of fear.
bullet It is the forbidden that is most desirable.
bullet What we desire but cannot have – that we then ridicule.
bullet To want for nothing is to have everything.
bullet The more we have, the more we want.
bullet Wanting soon becomes a habit.
bullet Contentment is to want for nothing.
bullet Greed grows by what it feeds on.
bullet Having the least desires takes us nearer to paradise.
bullet To be without some of the things you want is an indispensable part of happiness.
bullet Forbid something and it soon becomes desirable.
bullet Much of desire is visual.
bullet The things we desire are often more dangerous than the things we fear.
bullet Desire is the root of all suffering