ANSWERS: 43
  • Yes because I don't have nearly enough of the things that I want out of life yet. Can I call you BS, no kidding on my part;)
  • Not me. I am happy with every single blessing I have. I may not be blessed with beauty, intelligence or weath, but I can still function somewhat normally and enjoy life to a great extent. Remember, count your blessings, not your calories. The attached song is my mantra lately.
  • Deserve? No. Want? Yes.
  • NO. I've gotten way more than I really deserve
  • No. My life is good just as it is.
  • No ,I am grateful for what I have ...:) Hope your Saturday went well Blank:)
  • I'm pretty content with my life. So, my answer is no. Hope you had a good day. :)
  • No, because life owes us nothing. You get from life what you put into life.
  • Yes, but only one thing.
  • No. If it was based on who is most deserving, well, there would be a lot of us with a hell of a lot less than we have. There are so many people more deserving than I am of all that I have.
  • No. I am happy with my life and I have what I brought into it and made of it..if I thought I deserved more I should have strived more..it was up to me...and I am not speaking of material things.
  • The only thing I haven't got that I think I deserve is a book contract for my novels...and I am working on it. Otherwise, I have done well, and have had a lot of great things happen to me.
  • On a material level..no not at all, but on an emotional level.. yes.
  • Sometimes, like when I see people who waste money or go deep into debt to live a better lifestyle. But most of the time I feel very fortunate to have what I have.
  • All the time!
  • Yes a little , though I find it easier to be happy with what I have in my life now + 5 for you Blank Savage
  • Yes, because I worked so hard to earn three university degrees (a B.A. in English Lit., a B.Ed, and a Masters degree) yet I haven't reaped the benefits that a lot of people with my level of education have achieved. It goes to show you that hard work and education are not always the answer---a lot has to do with luck and the people you meet along the way in life to help you. I have relied on the latter to achieve a reasonable amount of success, but at my age I realize that success is not really material---it is spiritual and learning that true happiness can be found in nature and solitude, and being a compassionate and caring person.
  • Life doesn't owe us anything. We(everyon eon this planet) as individual people have to make the most of what we have by taking action and not being lazy, self-defeating, and egotistical (Not saying you are, but in general). We are not any more important then a starving child with no food, the homeless man down the street, or the kid being abused at home. We need to look at ourselves, what we have and make the most of it.
  • I don't think that I deserve more out of life I just think it should be a little easier.
  • no, for i am the one making myself deserve what i have so i cannot boast upon having more cant be too "selfish"
  • Not really, I am overpaid, fat and lazy. What do I have to complain about??
  • No, I appreciate what I have and am happy the way I am:)
  • no, my life sucks because i deserve it.
  • No I have way too much.
  • Yeah but then I believe in karma so I guess I have to be better on my own.
  • yes if only i could be bothered to get them. but i also think it's stupid to always want more.. honestly i would never be satisfied.. it would be much better to not care about material things.. like t.v's-such and annoying invention... the averyage person watches 4.5 hours a day.. what a waste of a human's capability to sit and watch a t.v. its especially annoying cause i am doing my higher exams {scotland) right now, and im wasting my revision time watching t.v. or internet.. such a waste of my life. especially since i was smart.. urgh i rly think smart is the best thing you can be over beauty and other things.. actaully maybe happy is the best or interesting.. haha no one will read this because it's long and borring.. but everyone buy's way too much things they don't need.. i have way too much skincare dvd's clothes stationary! urgh and i love it all and want more abd don't think i'll be able to stop,, theres more behinde all this but i don't rly feel like saying it.
  • Yes. Specifically, I think I deserve to be treated better by people, and I don't think that it is too much to ask to have a handful of loyal friends (true friends, not what most people at my school consider to be friendship).
  • I think at some point everyone feels that way. It comes down to not whether you deserve more, but if you earn more!
  • I feel I deserve better treatment at work by customers but other than that I am very grateful for all the things I have.
  • Of course. Very few people feel otherwise.
  • No. I am blessed with the gifts I have received. I do not need anything beyond what I already have.
  • Yes it is shameful in the real world.You can drive for miles and get nowhere fast.Yet the grass is greener on the other side,Next time you see a horse stick his head over the fence think about it.
  • Yes because I believe that it is a successful way of thinking which opens up your expectations to receive more of what you want. It is also very important to be content with what you have.
  • No, life has been pretty good to me. I set some goals which I reached, I have good friends and family, my health is good. I'm satisfied
  • i think for most people its true that what you get out of life is up to you to strive for it, but there are exceptions, some people mnay struggle really hard to get where they want to be, but i think there are external things you need to take into consideration, the main one being:other people. If your not accepted by people,or a certain group of people they will do everything to stop you from being successful, its sad but very true.
  • If it means settling for less than my dreams in life then yes.
  • Yes sometimes, and that's because I know I'm not doing what I can to crave out what I deserve. If you slack on yourself you can't blame anyone but yourself. And it takes a real person to look in the mirror and be real. That's why I'm on my new "grind". For those that feel the same as the question above, I ask that yourself and don't push away the first thought. You can't lie to yourself.
  • If I was satisfied, I might as well die. progression!
  • like color doesnt really exist, its just the frequency of light in which we see. What I am more concerned about is Why is it we sacrifice ourselves? What is this element in us? If theres something more than function, what is it?
  • At times I do just because at times I feel like Im the only one doing good deeds and get none in return.
  • I think that I deserve more from myself. I deserve to try harder to achieve my goals. Life does not control me & something that can't control me can't give me anything either.
  • I have got much more than I deserve. So, no.
  • Well, "deserve" is a nebulous concept, no? It seems to me that "deserve" has got little to do with actual life for anyone (other than children?)! ;-)

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