Wanting more is to pursue a path of frustration in the search for happiness. (Jesse Deloe, writer, editor)

Shouting “Encore!” at the end of a symphony concert is a legitimate request for more good music. But wanting seconds or thirds after a scrumptious meal may not be so good for our health. It’s human nature to always want more, it seems. But more is not always better. It may lead to dissatisfaction with what we have now, launching an unending search for more.

Those who love money will never have enough. How meaningless to think that wealth brings true happiness! (Ecclesiastes 5:10)