I mean.....just look at some ppl in here (I presume), they are very isolated from the society. I know someone who gets up at 7pm and gets to bed at 10am, staying inside almost all of the "day". Is this what we want? We have food, house and every other physical comfourt. But what about psychological comfourt? Once we have got our hands on something, we start hunting for something else, and can never feel satisfied.
I think I'd rather be a Bushman in Botswana. I'd hunt for my preys with my bow and arrow as my forefathers did 20,000 years ago, and click with my tounge to some of my Bushmen fellas. I'd always know what to do, never have anything to worry about.
If someone would give me a gun for the bow and arrow, I'd be happy for the extra meat.....but after that, I'd want something else extra, and there we go again to the unhappy society.
Well, I was writing a thing similar to this before my computer "crashed", but now I just write it again, although, it didn't get as good and pointful this time. It's the original though, although, it came to my mind that Buddhism says things similar to this. Just wanted to share these thoughts. Please reply and agree/disagree if you like.