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- July 7, 2012 by isabellakai
- I am a selfish person
I want to have everything, all at the same time. I have too many wants that sometimes I get confused on what I really need.
I want to have it all…
But what does ‘having it all’ means? How can a person have everything? It seems impossible, unattainable. ‘Having it all’ means different things to different people. Personally I think it’s the feeling of being content or fulfilled. A state of being when you find happiness on the things you deem important or irreplaceable. When you feel bliss regardless of your station or situation in life.
Some people think they have it all when their dreams come true or when they achieve the thing they want most in their lives like having a big house, a nice looking car, a high-paid job and money in the bank. Some find it in relationships, interaction with family, friends and lovers and others through their principles and beliefs.
A person can have it all. It’s not hopeless as long as you realize what’s important and what you really want. A person can earn millions, have a large estate and still feel like he’s missing something while another can have nothing to his name and still feel like a king.
I am a simple person but I want a lot of things and I will never stop wanting. I think its human nature to want and there’s nothing wrong that. I want everyone in my family to be healthy. I want to love and be loved, to respect and be respected. I want everyone to smile and dream for the future. I am greedy and very selfish but if I have all these I think I’m fulfilled. It may seem small, laughable even, to other people but all these mean the world to me and since I already have them I think I do have it all.