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Man is born in Tao The poem is a beautiful description of stating the difference between the needs and wants of a living species. The author of the poem categories the difference between the fish and his human self. He states that the needs can be fulfilled by somehow or the other, but the desires multiply as the time passes. The need is a simple entity and it comes from nature. It is a moment to moment progress in life that progresses along the life. In contrast to the needs the desires are mind regulated, and they can be increased by the passage of time. The desires are particularly not the needs, they are the very first source to deeply understand the complexity involved. The needs of the life are beautiful and the never ending desires are the ugly phase of life. Needs are something which is bodily and the desires are the psychological entities. The problems in the world that we see today is because more importance is being given to the desires rather than the needs.
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