Might I suggest that the problem is not the satisfaction of desires, but having the desires in the first place? Wanting
isn't really all that fun. It might be useful, as it is the motivator of Getting
. But if having
isn't fun either, wanting
has nothing to recommend it.
Perhaps you mean Wanting and Having aren't fun or Having isn't more satisfying that wanting. But I really don't think wanting is more satisfying than having.
Take your cue from Buddhism. Remove the want, don't glorify it.