It could be. But the author is [clearly I thought] speaking metaphorically about purpose. Here I’ll try: [I’ll probably fail at it]: “Wanting to achieve” means you lack something. You are less of a person than you might be one day. You are empty, void, incomplete, not whole, in a sense, an error waiting to be corrected. Following extrinsic motivation (worldly visible rewarded achievements) means the world decides when you are complete, whole, finished, purpose achieved.

It could be. But the author is [clearly I thought] speaking metaphorically about purpose.
Here I’ll try: [I’ll probably fail at it]:
“Wanting to achieve” means you lack something.
You are less of a person than you might be one day.
You are empty, void, incomplete, not whole, in a sense, an error waiting to be corrected.
Following extrinsic motivation (worldly visible rewarded achievements) means the world decides when you are complete, whole, finished, purpose achieved.

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