Why are we never satisfied with anything?

Silence is that which you want, really-really want, when you move from one type of noise to the other type.

However, as all your experience has only been about noise, even when you are thirsty and craving for Silence, all you can deliberately move towards is some kind of noise, apparently a more pleasant kind of noise, apparently a more agreeable kind of noise, a newer kind of noise.

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