What is it that I want? I think there's an inclination to view wants in terms of specific goals. Wants aren't elements of a set, they're all derivative of Want. I think if you start writing down Want in terms of words it starts to sound a lot like a Hallmark card, "Happy Birthday Love/Truth/Presence, to our future together again.". To dissect what want is, is to feel tidal currents in the quiet moments of the day when there is no beach near. It is something that requires less words, not more. I think at its heart, want is a conduit to a persons fundamental truth. With the crude tools that we have been given to excavate truth from the world around us, we wield want like a hammer in a place with no nails. I would like to not want anything.