Who am i? – The Need is Pure,but what i “want” is not.

I happen to find this quote while pondering on this article on “Jimi Hendrix” in wiki, where he was always inspired by a saying he once heard from his grandmother that: “I want to need to have you. First I have to need to want you.” which i believe is the Mother of all that we (have)!
Now we are going to do some reverse engineering/math work on this quote and see what we learn out of this quote.

Aim: to understand the origins of the “Have” which manifests itself in two forms, “good” and “bad”.

Tools: “I want to need to have you. First I have to need to want you.”

Procedure: 

Stage 1: for what good we (have) in our life.
Substituting this phrase into the tool quote. then it can be learnt that.
“for every good that i have, firstly  there was a need for me to want of the happiness, and so the need to have the happiness arose, and so with some sincere efforts i could attain it.”

Stage 2: for what bad we (have) in our life.
Well before i write here, i have blurt this out first. as an example, which was told many times in many other parts of the mythological stories. but it boils down this way.

” if you believe in krishna, the god will always manifested as krishna, if one believed in lord rama, then god always manifested in the form of ram it seems, now i wonder, what if we believed in other than GOD, which is nothing but who we are. any thing other than god could be a devil, or a simple human like us too. so i conclude to say that, be aware what you believe. and be ware if you believe at all, until you are the god himself. so this stage 1, and stage 2 are nothing but the believes that we hold. and the later goes this way.

For what bad we (have) in our life:
Substituting this meaning in the tool quote. it can be learnt that, for every bad that i have, firstly  there was a need for me to want of the sadness, and so the need to have the sadness arose, and so with some sincere efforts i could attained it.

now why would one need sadness at all?
if i had to answer in one simple sentence, the day we are not god, we have a void. and this void can be interpreted in any way, this is sadness. this leads to illusions, added imaginations to the illusions are the fantasies, fears and so on the rest other forms of sadness are born.

Result:
the Need is Pure, but what i “want” is not.

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