Death can never be satisfied; neither can His children. "Thou shalt not covet ...." is a Rule, for good reason. Covetousness has strings, and spirits attached - and it usually doesn't end well. Being Content is being at peace, and it is required for a Righteous relationship with other people.
Covetousness is extreme greed; an insatiable appetite for - stuff. The Apostle Paul spent most of his ministry, incarcerated. Yet he saw himself as a bond-servant of Christ Jesus. Paul was on assignment - with purpose, and light beam focus. Paul was an expert on this subject.
The world[chaos] chases the wind; which is unstable. It has itchy ears. It makes decision from current events that is flawed and "Psychologically Manipulated" [Matt.24:4]. Paul however states in Phil.4:11 " for I have learned, in whatsoever state I am; therewith to be Content".
This Content is concerning needs. It is unfailing strength. To be enough. To be satisfied. Sufficient for one's self. This and Psalms 23:5 have absolutely nothing to do with socialism: but often quoted by Non-Believers for bad reasons.
A by-word states that if we free our minds, our feet will follow. Paul was physically restrained, and eventually put to death for following Christ Jesus: yet inside the mind of this great man - he was free. He was at peace, and had the necessary items to complete the mission.
Content: what a great word for 2015!