One must figure out it doesn’t matter about the life he wants, it only matters about the life he has.
You have everything. You have kept everything.
Now give it all up.
In regards to the woman at the well saying to the Messiah, “When He comes, the Messiah will tell us all things;” what everyone—including every religious expert—seems to forget about that famous conversation is that by the end of it He did. Everyone—not just women in Samaria—nervously awaits a divine explanation of all things when Christ comes. But everyone misses an obvious thing: that Christ did come. He came to a woman at a well. And He said things. But everyone forgets what He said. Or at least they forget this: even if what He said doesn't explain one thing to the cleverest Calvinist at the religious fountain of Southern Seminary; it already explained everything to a woman at a well in Samaria.
So what did the Messiah tell her?
Before He miraculously spoke all things, the woman at the well was probably thinking, or rather hoping, the Messiah would tell her all things about the scripture. Or all things about the future or the destiny of nations. Or all things about salvation and prophecy. And maybe He did. We don't know because the Bible doesn’t say. But we do know what the Bible does say. It says what the woman at the well says. And what she says is what Christ told her. And what He told her made her run like mad back to her town and tell everyone. And what He told her saved everyone—The Messiah had indeed come and told her all things. He told her all things about herself. Everything she never knew.
When a man finally confronts God, he's not given an explanation. He's given a mirror.