What do people want?

We need to be touched; we need to be spoken to; we need the simple fact of our existence to be acknowledged.

Being human means having power; specifically, the power to accomplish whatever we want. And what we want goes back to the basic biological urge to be happy and to avoid pain.

--Yongey Mingyur Ripoche

What do people want?

Plesentness within, plesentness around.

--Sadhguru

What do people want?

Tonight, tonight eternity's an open door
No, don't ever stop doing the things you do
Don't go, in every breath I take I'm breathing you
Forever, 'till the end of time
From now on, only you and I
We're going up, up, up, up, up, up, up
Euphoria An everlasting piece of art
A beating love within my heart
We are here, we're all alone in our own Universe,
We are free, where everything's allowed and love comes first,
Forever and ever together, we sail into infinity,
We're higher and higher and higher, we're reaching for divinity.
Forever, 'till the end of time
--Loreen, Euphoria

What do people want?

The one thing that’s certain is that people will always pay lots of money at least to feel less uncertain. That’s because uncertainty feels, to the brain, like a threat to your life.

We crave fairness, and some people spend their life savings and even their lives to get it.

People will go to great lengths to protect or increase their status. A sense of increasing status can be more rewarding than money, and a sense of decreasing status can feel like your life is in danger.

Being "right" is often more important to people than, well, just about anything else, at the cost of not just money but relationships, health, and sometimes even life itself.

Maintaining high status is something that the brain seems to work on all the time subconsciously. You can elevate your status by finding a way to feel smarter, funnier, healthier, richer, more righteous, more organized, fitter, or stronger, or by beating other people at just about anything at all. The key is to find a "niche" where you feel you are "above" others.

Huge amount of human behavior is driven, largely unconsciously, by the desire to minimize social dangers and maximize social rewards.

--David Rock

What do people want?

Human beeing whant to expand. They are seeking to expand limitless, boundless.

They want their life to be pleasant.

They want to find unity.

They want to become a full fledged human-being.

--Sadhguru

What do people want?

Territory matters, and there is little difference between territorial rights and social status. It is often a matter of life and death.

--Jordan B. Peterson

What do people want?

Humans??? Just forget them, all they want is to multiply.

--unicorn