Even though lack of contentment can inspire people to improve on their previous work or actions, dissatisfaction often is accompanied by such a powerful desire to improve that, paradoxically, no improvement can be made. This, in conjunction with the fatalistic view of humanity prominent in Kurt Vonnegut’s novel Timequake, supports the idea that contentment and…

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