I don’t believe that anyone in this world is content. It’s certainly a possibility, but nowadays it’s less likely. We all want something more than what we have. Even if it’s the smallest thing. What we want and what we need are both desires. People seem to get lost between the two. Some tend to get lost in their thoughts, and their fantasies. Which brings on the curious. There will always be curiosity. People are very curious beings.
No one is happy with what they have. There’s always the need for more. Whether or not the person decides to speak of it aloud is up to them. Most are kept inside and denied out loud for whatever reason the person has. Whether it is denial, embarrassment, or something else, silence will take a stand.
Once someone has had a taste of something that they like, it follows them. There’s a constant itch in the back of their mind to experience it again. One cannot say that they are content without it when the thought, the taste is constantly, periodically lurking in their mind, and they want to experience it. They may not mention it, but the thoughts do exist. Of course there’s no solid proof of the thought existing since the mind is a private place, but it can be implied of its existence. A simple word, gesture, or phrase can hint off the discontent. Some can be misleading though…or denied when asked about…
To not have the curiosity met, the “taste” reencountered will leave a person unsatisfied.
Fantasies can leave a person discontent. For they are unsatisfied, and curious. Curiosity will step in and want more. Experience can leave a person discontent. For what has happened before and liked, is wanted again. In a way it’s like a drug, a little addiction. You like the experience that you had, the feeling…you want more. It satisfied your mind at that time. Without it when wanted, you are not satisfied.
Once the images, the thoughts, the disappointment within is there, one is not satisfied…discontent.