... if you have made the decision to do something then anything that delays or prevents you from doing that thing is circumstantial i.e. tangential to the goal of the decision. If anything that crops up AFTER you have said "Go!" modifies your timeline to achievement, that just means life is throwing obstacles at you and success can still be achieved.
Ideally one would 'want to' achieve something. Perhaps achievement without desire is possible. However, E would doubtless argue that the mental decision to do something should not necessarily depend too heavily on the emotions. This is because emotions are like icebergs; the greater part is inaccessible, being heavily invested in things like environment, health, brain chemistry, general attitude etc.
Ideally emotions should support thinking or follow it. This turns out to be next to impossible though. You can go through the most elaborate analytical contortions in sorting through the best type of vehicle to purchase for your needs and the truth is, you will probably still go for the blue one, or the one with the fat mag wheels, or the reversing camera. Why? Because even though we plan "objectively", our feelings still seem to win through in the end, because they channel our all-important values. Hopefully our feelings and our thinking are in agreement.
This comment has made you release a laugh. LOL. It is very funny;
-"I am a book collector Edward ... but I do not read them, I put on my special shelf with the others in my collection. That dusting once a week and hope for divine intervention materials into my memory...-".
I'm not sure what your questions. You know, problems of translation. With you I'm having enough trouble to understand you. There are other members that the translation is perfect. I do not know why, I'm not saying you write bad, just that you did not finish translating the translator's comment 100%, then I always have gaps and I can not venture to have a conversation with you, because well, I'm talking I do not know what.
I think the questions are 2.
1) As it makes me happy in a book?.
2) What other use can give a book?.
My answer. (I will not elaborate much, show respect to the main thread, I do not like to get out).
1) A book makes me happy if it is simple. When a book is difficult to understand, I am not happy with this book. I also like a book that has no empty argument. That kind of argument used to fill pages, to give more volume to the book as if it were more interesting.
2) You can record audio content to sell audio-books. There are many people who are more interested in audio-books.