There are two types of pleasure: necessary and unnecessary. While natural pleasures such as food, friendship, and shelter are essential for our well-being, unnecessary pleasures such as wealth and luxury are not and should therefore not be pursued. It makes only sense to pursue what is essential. That being said, Epicurus did also believe that pleasure is indeed subjective and can be experienced differently. To impose your own ideas on others is perceived as wrong, as there should be no judgment towards the pleasure of others, for we cannot know anything of it.