Throughout history, we all have been looking for a high-quality life. Our experiences teach us what exactly gives true value to our lives.
Over the last decades, science has increasingly researched what makes us tick, what we consciously and subconsciously look for in life. These are the foundations of our activities.
We need air to breathe, drink to keep our body hydrated. We need sleep to recuperate mentally and physically and require food to fuel our bodies.
We strive to be safe. Safe from each other and from nature. We look for financial security and want to stay healthy. We also want to protect our personal lives. We long for freedom.
We are social, relational creatures. We strive for healthy relationships with our family. As we age, we look for friends and a partner. We are tribal beings and look for meaning in our communities.
We are curious beings. We like to explore. We look for new experiences and ways to learn. We seek accomplishment and mastery of our talents.
Art gives us the tool to express and forget about ourselves. We also long to be part of something bigger, help others, sustain our surroundings. We yearn for inner peace.