Humans Can Not Be Satisfied. - Deepstash
Humans Can Not Be Satisfied.

Humans Can Not Be Satisfied.

In our relationships and our desire to pursue our ambitions and passion, it's an unending journey. It's our sole responsibility to know when to stop and observe restraint and also self-control. So much ambition has made natural men and women great and at the same time, the same ambitions have killed so many potential great men and women.

The beauty of a speedy car is not just the fact that you can go fast alone but the fact that it has a brake. Life is just as useless as a car without a break. Because life is too tough and we can not get all that we want but we can choose to accept what we find


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Satisfaction is not about allowing things to make us satisfied but about making us satisfied with what we choose to be satisfied with.

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