Don't fall in love(1) with this corrupt world or worship the things it offers. Those who love its corrupt ways don't have the Father's love(2) living in them. These do not come from the Father:
the allure of pleasure (the lust(3) of the flesh(4))
the passion to have things (the lust of the eyes(5))
pompous superiority (pride (6)of life (7)). 1 John 2:15-17
I think the original language has a lot to teach us here, so I've highlighted certain words. Let me explain:
Don't fall in love (1) - agapao - to love in a social or moral sense; to welcome or entertain; to be content with. This world is not enough for you. You are made for something more than it has to offer. Don't attach to lesser things, lesser parts of who you are.
The Father's love (2) - agape - connected to a person, this word now is a noun - affection, goodwill, family love. With the descriptor of "Father," love now is a give and take, relationship-based affection.
Lust (3) of the flesh (4) - Lust - ephithmyia - desire, craving especially for what is forbidden. Flesh - sarx - this is not the body literally but the sinful response of people which leads them away from God. "Sensual" might be a better term. Peter describes it well: "fleshly (sarx) desire (epithymia) by sensuality (aselgeia)." 2Peter 2:2) The sense that it is the unbridled demands of lasciviousness and wantonness: out of control, even to the point of addictive-type behaviors. ("I couldn't stop myself.") It is not our senses and desires, except when hijacked, when good sense and godly directives become driving forces. Kind of like the difference between eating and gluttony, sex and pornography, anger (not a sin, you know) and rage, even need and want.
Lust of the eyes (5) - ophthalmos - metaphorically, the eyes of the mind, the faculty of knowing - focusing. What you attach to, find alluring.
Pride (6) of life (7) - Pride - alazoneia - bragging, arrogance which trusts in its own power especially over divine laws and human rights; an empty presumption. Life - bios - the course of life; that by which life is sustained, its goods and resources. Might have an emphasis of "personal trust in how a person's life is resourced by self."
Essentially, this world should not be held in higher regard than the eternal Kingdom, which we are called to recognize and live into even in the present. As we seek Kingdom presence and ways, as we realize in its realities our needs on earth will be met in a deeper and continual fashion. We are to seek that Kingdom - zeteo - crave it! Desire it first!