The Shikker Dovid’s favorite pasuk in the entire Torah is in parsha of Ki Tavo. In Chapter28, verse 67, the Rebuke:
In the morning you will say, give me the evening, and in the evening you will say give me the morning for what you will fear and see
Rashi explains that in that the pain will increase continually and get worse and worse.
However, as the Shikkerdovid has explained in the past, that this pasuk explains that real misery is never being happy with your current condition. The ultimate curse is that wherever and whatever you have, you are perpetually unhappy- and want the opposite. Whatever your condition or state of being, you are never happy. A content person is always content “in the moment”. An unhappy person, can be sitting on top of the world and want something else or want to be somewhere else. Always in search but ultimately never achieving happiness.
This is the ultimate curse.