Are our desires just an un-quenched hopes or an unmediated paradox?
Why the tag of “materialistic” or “greedy” is sulked upon, whereas “striving” or “ambitious” is pompously parroted and applauded everywhere? Why we believe that yearning “more” is our greed and not an ambition? Where are the catalogs to define the logical difference between achieving “enough” and desiring “more”?
Have we imprinted an erroneous line between Ambition and greed to satisfy social morality?
Is it just matter of our individual perspective? Is it just matter of semantics? Is it something much subterranean then what is nonchalantly differentiated? Or ambitions and greed coexists because they define one another.
Are both a mirror image?