Too much is never enough

May 31, 2009 11:03am CST
Ok here's a scenario you have a about 16gibs of music and music on your ipod and you feel like what you have isn't sufficient. I mean like you have this urge to get more and still more as if 16gibs were but a fickle! Don't know about you but I for one often have this feeling.It's like thins Limpbizkit song in which they drop the line 'too much is never enough'. And there's the other thing. Sometimes I am left searching and searching for the right song and after a minute or two of shuffling around, don't still find one- the right one. Maybe it's got something to do with the internal wiring of human as beings but still you see we always want more in love, in life, in careers and in what not. Many would argue that this but a logical step in the leap towards the greater good you know like the destiny thing and how our urge to get more guides us through that path.But seriously is it the right way or the right kind of feeling? Ans seriously is "TOO MUCH IS NEVER ENOUGH" the right way to go for?
3 responses
• United States
1 Jun 09
I currently have around 37 gbs of music on my computer which goes onto a 30 gb I pod which means I am leaving 7 gbs of music on my computer. Earlier this year I had over 45 gbs of music but I deleted alot of stuff of my computer. My next step is to get a new ipod which can fit all my music on it and then I play on getting an external hard drive to store my music on so I don't use my laptop memory up just on music
@la_chique (1498)
1 Jun 09
It is todays lifestyle. Things are so available these days that there is hardly a chance to have to actually try to get anything anymore. We can get our hands on the most amazing gadgets and the tools at our disposal would have been considered other-worldly 20 years ago. Because we take these things for granted now, we are always on the lookout for bigger, smaller, faster, better. Nothing will ever be just right, and as soon as you get over that initial feeling of having something new and exiting, something else will be released to the market that surpasses that item by miles and we will want that instead.
@jeneias (608)
• United States
31 May 09
I am constantly having this feeling and glad I'm not the only one! They say the first step to getting over something is to admit your addicted, right? I'm a music addict, plain and simple. I had around 13 gigs of music a few weeks ago, till my computer crashed and I had to re-install everything. So right now I'm trying to build up my music collection again. I don't have an iPod yet, but definitely need one so I can take all this music with me! I don't see anything wrong with it...unless your SERIOUSLY obsessed, ya know, the creep kind of obsessed. I just love music, it brightens my day, cheers me up when I'm sad, helps me think sometimes, etc.