What are you must desirous of? Put another way, what is it that you want most? Now ask yourself how much do you really want it? Here’s a story about Socrates that may help you clarify how much you want it.
A young man asked Socrates how he could get wisdom.
Socrates replied: “Come with me.” He took the young man to a nearby river and shoved his head under the water. He held it there until the boy struggled for air, then he let him go.
The boy took a moment to compose himself. Socrates then asked the boy: “What did you desire most when your head was underwater?”
“I wanted air,” replied the boy.
Socrates nodded: “When you want wisdom as much as you wanted air when you were immersed in the water, you will receive wisdom.”
In the same way, when you want what you say you want most as much as you want air to breathe, then you will get the thing you desire.
Rock on Socrates.