It sort of seems that everything we do might be rooted in addiction. We might do not pleasurable things like work an unfulfilling job, but people do that to make money and get sex, drink, drugs, money, power, etc.
Young children are perhaps the largest group of non-addicts. They don't live at all like adults. What reward do they receive? What motivates them to do the things they do? I don't think it can be love because they do things for which they receive no love.
What does an adult world without addiction look like? Do we do the same things? Or does everything change? Can non-addicts function as well in a world of addicts as in a world on non-addicts?
How can aspiring non-addicts find other non-addicts to see how they see the world? It is perhaps of limited use to look to addicts as guides.