The Desire to be Great

Even Siegmund Freud, who dealt with the nature of humans and their subconsciousness, came to the conclusion that all actions of a person boil down to two basic motives: the sex urge and the desire to be great.

This desire to be something special shapes us in every action we do. Some people are so thirsty for confirmation that a simple compliment is enough to make a new friend.

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