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  • We are never satisfied with what we have

    Humans are never satisfied with what they have, we all have the greed of getting something or the other every time. We are really excited when we know that we are going to get it, but after we have got it it’s just like something you always had but not like something unique like you used to think about it before you had it and then your greed increases and you want something else. We may have the best of best thing but we always want what we don’t have cause we see other’s using something which we don’t have and just because they have it we think it is something different than what we have so we also want it. With this we conclude that The Grass Is Always Greener On The Other Side.

  • We are never satisfied with what we have.

    Humans are never satisfied with what they have, we all have the greed of getting something or the other every time. We are really excited when we know that we are going to get it, but after we have got it it’s just like something you always had but not like something unique like you used to think about it before you had it and then your greed increases and you want something else. We may have the best of best thing but we always want what we don’t have cause we see other’s using something which we don’t have and just because they have it we think it is something different than what we have so we also want it. With this we conclude that The Grass Is Always Greener On The Other Side.

  • We all want what we don't have.

    The grass is always greener on the other side. It is greener, at least, until you get there. We all want what we don't have. We want the nicer home until we are stuck with the larger mortgage. We want the better husband until we realize that he is a cheating fool and the previous guy was loyal to no end. Things always look better from the other side but they are very rarely better when you get there.

  • It’s not about the grass

    In the analogy of the grass being greener on the other side, we presume the grass to be greener on the other side because we as people have nothing more in life than to look forward to greener pastures. Assuming a pointless future makes our lives pointless, we as humans need something to look forward to so assume that what we don’t have is better.

  • Never Say Always

    Just like one should never say something might never happen, one also should never quantify any proposition is always. For example, whether the grass is greener depends on which side of the fence you are on. If you are on the green side of the fence, the grass on the other side is browner, not greener.


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