Sorry for the long writing, I don't know how to express this idea.
Buddha stablished a path to overcome dhukka, but if buddhism is about seeing things as they are, then it should be no reason to avoid dhukka because it's just a part of life itself, otherwise you're feeling aversion to dhukka, so you can't wish to feel no aversion because that is feeling aversion to aversion and you can't wish to be enlighten because that would be attachment to it. So you should go through pain and happiness and even dhukka without judging, just observe it.
The main reason to abstain from fulfilling desires it's because it causes dhukka, but if we're not feeling aversion to dhukka nor attachment to enlightenment there should be no reason to abstain at all because you're just desiring, something that comes natural for you, if that makes you suffering then you're just suffering, if desire doesn't stop after suffering, then it just doesn't and it's ok to keep desiring, it may be not the ultimate truth, but meditate for the sake to be enlighten it's also desiring to be enlighten, so there's is no point in doing that, then is it pain and suffering worth to be experienced? Is it ok to keep desiring with no guilty or pleasure? To go through happiness and sorrow with no judgement on the mind?