i am beginning to have this theory that, the world is divided into two kinds of people:
those who have a thirst for knowledge, or understanding things, the kinds who find joy in books and documentaries over reading tabloids and watching stupid cats on youtube.
and then there are the kinds who are more... superficial, shall we say. You want to live in the moment, live as you please, you don't have time for "deep" topics and somehow you don't really seems to have the urge to gain more knowledge about the world and delve into "intellectual" things, and you find joy in being the first to have the latest fad gadget.
To put it more clearly:
are you someone who owns/have used a selfie stick, or someone who is absolutely disgusted by the selfie stick?
- I have used a selfie stickVote A
- I absolutely hate the selfie stickVote B
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I'm a knowledge seeker, which isn't particularly a good thing though. My desire for knowledge gives rise to more and more wants and desires (many of which are materialistic). I find happiness through achievements, and my desire for satisfying my wants (achieving) comes through my basic nature to get knowledge. So I assume Joy seekers are often better off0