But, for the most part, husbands and wives _can_ have children, if they so desire, _and they_ SHOULD _so desire_.
B.C. See Vincent Smith, _Oxford History of India_, p. 52.] [Footnote 9: This is sometimes rendered simply by desire but _desire_ in
How to bow to a muslim Kingwhose main desire is to destroy America.
Your main desire is to see America fail and blame this administration even tho they are left with the Bush mess.
So the fact of variability of desire is not on its own enough to cast doubt on the natural law universal goods thesis: as the good is not defined fundamentally by reference to desire, the fact of variation in desire is not enough to raise questions about universal goods.
The word desire has a wonderful derivation: It comes from the Latin de sidere, which means literally “from the stars.”
Further, between appetite and desire there is no difference, except that the term desire is generally applied to men, in so far as they are conscious of their appetite, and may accordingly be thus defined: Desire is appetite with consciousness thereof.
Single women abound -- it's a single available man's paradise -- so if your main desire is to meet a man for a serious relationship, this is probably not the best place.
He enters upon his job without any pretence of enthusiasm, and his main desire is not, as one might expect, to find a more interesting and useful job, but simply to be playing cricket.