Topic: Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? People are never satisfied with what they have; they always want something more or something different. Use specific reasons to support your answer.
When a person acquires what he or she has desired the most, it is likely that he or she would be satisfied and pleased. However, this satisfaction is a temporary thing, which means that a person will eventually desire better things than the ones which he has. I think that this greedy attitude of people is an innate characteristic of a human being, including everybody in this world, which cannot be resolved very easily.
For example, let's say that a person has obtained a high score on a test, the score which they have never expected to get. They would be satisfied and excited what they have done. However, a person might feel very confident, and will be likely to believe that they will do a better job next time. A similar situation might happen when a man purchases a product. He could be satisfied for one moment, but after a few weeks, he could be easily bored with it, and will have a strong impulse to buy a better one.
In my case, I had many experiences of not being satisfied with what I have. When I bought a computer game, I got easily bored with it, and had a sudden emergence of greed inside my heart. I felt I had to have a better, more challenging game. The same goes with what I bought recently: Mobile phone, MP3, new shoes, pens, and lots more. I personally think that it is a natural habit for human beings, to experience never ending greed and to keep pursuing the better things. I personally think that this is a gifted characteristic for human beings, which makes people try harder and harder, which I think is a process of being a better person.
In conclusion, I'd like to say that people are never satisfied with what they have. They are always in a pursuit of better things, wanting something more or something different. I think that it is an inborn characteristic, which cannot be changed easily.