Many individuals have failed to realize the fact that 'wants' is an important factor that should be considered before 'needs'. To desire something is not a bad idea but first, you should satisfy your top priorities which could include; a comfort zone to live in, good food, or nice clothes.
Media personality Reno Omokiri made a tweet on this earlier. According to him, people should concentrate more on their 'needs' because they are the most important aspects of a human. But if you are the type that satisfies your 'wants' first then you should be looking for Wisdom.
In his words,
If you have an income, accommodation, food, and clothes, you already have everything you need. What you are looking for now are your wants.
But if you do not have these and you are spending on your wants, what you should be looking for is Wisdom
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