Does the fact that we maintain, continuously add to, and will never run out of items on our wish lists speak to our morality (or ethics) as individuals or as a society? My wife continues to tell me that I should be 100% happy with the games I already have. Is she right? Are we spoiled consumers who have an unvarnished need to spend, spend, spend? Always chasing the next game? Never satisfied with what we have? What does having a wishlist say about us?
Why do I always look for the next game, even after I acquire a new one that I've been wishing for? Why do I feel like this is good and natural? Should it bother me?
Heavy questions for the end of a busy work week.