This isn't what you should be doing with your life. Are you genuinely satisfied with life?
No, not entirely
The Sieve and the Sand
Stealing books sounds like the move to me.
Books are important to learn and grow from them. So yes..
Montag was pretty content with his job as a fireman and thought he was doing everything right. Clarisse is known as someone who's personality is weird and odd to everyone else. This is important to the novel because she tries to convince him that his life is not really great, and he should stop what he is doing.
When Montag and Faber discover each other, Faber becomes Montag's figure and sort of a "role model" in his life so far in the novel. This is important to the novel because Faber teaches him that books are important in life instead of being evil.
Rebuilding What Was Lost
Bombs hit the city and Montag sees and hears what is currently happening. A woman was in a burning house while this was all occurring but was killed by the bomb. This is important to the novel because Montag thinks about his relationship with Mildred and how that effects him in this moment of crisis.
Not Such a Normal Life
Montag and the small community of survivors head back to the north to try and rebuild a new community with whatever equipment they have. They memorized books to guide them in times like this, since most of them lost loved ones. The small community are currently the only people in the city.
After long and tiring months without any breaks, they finally built a start to the new city that will be new. They still feel grief of what happened all the months ago. But with books on their side and their perspective of this new world, they will be able to create a better world.
The new city doesn't feel the same as it used to, but they will and can get used to it. By the use of books and families being created, brings back the importance of why books matter in life. They protect and save lives that build relationships.