I agree with Peter, you have a great philosophy in life.
Yeah, life is kind of like pizza, seriously. It can be excellent, but always needs tweaking and improvement, because it is impossible to know when you have it just right.
Similarly, happiness is appreciating what you have, but at the same time we are never satisfied either, always wanting better. That is ok. We can do both at the same time, being simultaneously full and hungry, or empty. Seeing all the butterflies was truly stunning, but I wonder what is around the next corner? That is how we are made. When the family shows up and I make them pizza and it goes on the table I want to hear how they like it. They always do and the last one is usually the best. Sometimes they say this is the best try yet. Next time I want it to be a little better, and I know it is all kind of crazy or silly. It does not really matter. It is just for fun.
Pizza gluttony is a bad thing. Some pizza is good, but there is too much. Makes us too fat. Having some money is good, but there is too much. We get so we can't get through the needle's eye. But spiritual gluttony is a good thing. You can never have enough peace of soul, faith, hope and love, just be thankful for every bit you have. Gratitude is the trick to getting more. We always crave more good no matter how much we have. That is how we are made and that is good.