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  1. 11 de ene. de 2023 · The 16 Basic Desires that Motivate Our Actions and Define Our Personalities, and it is the following: 1- Acceptance , the need to be appreciated. 2- Curiosity , the need to learn. 3- Food , the need to eat. 4- Family , the need to have and raise sons and daughters. 5- Honor , the need to be loyal to the traditional values of a community.

  2. The 4 Dimensions of Reality of Desires and Actions. Stage 1 (Reason for X) Accumulation of redundancy to overcome the threshold necessary for the appearance of X. Stage 2 (Emergence of X) The appearance of some kind of X that inspires and shapes a person's desire to develop the situation into a climax and result.

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  3. 13 de ene. de 2023 · Human Desire (1954) Starring Glenn Ford, Gloria Grahame & Broderick Crawford – Shot by Burnett Guffey (Bonnie and Clyde, From Here to Eternity) – Screenplay by Alfred Hayes (The Lusty Men, Paisan)...

  4. 20 de ene. de 2023 · In a normally ordered life, of course, this desire would be channeled through courtship, marriage and the procreative act. In our disordered, postmodern, post-moral fallen state, it’s channeled through hookup culture, Tinder, one-night stands, pornography and — if one is a certain type of Davos degenerate — expensive prostitutes.

    • C. Douglas Golden
    • Morristown, New Jersey
    • Contributor, Commentary
  5. 27 de ene. de 2023 · The human desire to lend a helping hand extends to animals as well, from the very first years of a person’s life. This is according to scientists who studied how toddlers interact with friendly dogs.

  6. 24 de ene. de 2023 · This cartoon makes modern humans seem so silly and frivolous, but the modern impulse to film and broadcast everything stems from a deeply human desire to share information with each other and to keep records. It’s why we’ve thrived as a species 8:39 AM · Jan 24, 2023· 194.5K Views Retweets Quote Tweets 5,388 Likes Louie Stowell @Louiestowell ·

  7. Christianity almost universally believes in St. Augustin's concept of original sin to explain our desire to sin as well as why we often take pleasure in sin. It is the idea that when Adam and Eve ate the fruit in the garden- they "corrupted" humanity and we are all born with a corrupted nature now, hence our desire to sin.

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