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Humans are more concerned with having than being. (1 min 3 sec)

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    1. Materialistic Culture.

    In our modern society, there is a strong emphasis on material possessions and wealth as symbols of success and happiness. We prioritize acquiring material goods over spiritual growth and self-reflection.

    2. Social Comparison.

    Humans have a natural tendency to compare themselves to others, using external markers such as possessions, status, and achievements as a measure of their own worth. This creates a competitive mindset where the accumulation of possessions becomes a means of validation and a way to outshine others.

    3. Immediate Gratification.

    Human beings are wired to seek instant gratification and pleasure. We focus on acquiring tangible things that provide immediate satisfaction, rather than investing time and effort in spiritual development, relationships, and inner fulfillment.
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