Why Aren’t We Happy?

In Society and It’s Discontents, Sigmund Freud wrote, “Through the technological control of nature, we’ve fulfilled most of the desires that ancient societies thought only the gods could have.” 
Then he asks the question:  “So why aren’t we happy?”
And as an honest atheist he gives a simple but profound answer: “I don’t know.”
Freud died in 1939. Can you imagine what he’d think of the “technological control” we now have compared to then? But are people any happier? No.
Why not? I think it’s because we were made to do life with God, but we’re doing life without God. And, by the way, I’m not just talking about non-Christians. Many of the Christians I know believe in God, but aren’t living their lives with Him. Not really. And so they’re no happier than someone who doesn’t have God at all.
Our hearts just won’t be happy until our hearts get lost in Him.