Many people are spending their money on things that they do not need, so those people are wasteful with money. At the same time, people are facing a huge problem which is happiness, so they are thinking that it has only limited levels of doing activities to be glad. Cheerfulness is specified not only by how much money one can gain, but also, how a person can spend
He asserts that liberal democracy makes men “politically emancipated” (Marx. “On the Jewish Question”, p. 51), but only at the political level, because at the civil level things are different. For Marx, a politically emancipated man is a person that enjoys all the rights of liberal democracy. At the civil level, men are not equal, since men are driven by competition and this leads citizens to seek their own advantages and to exploit others in order to achieve their objectives. In the end, men are not equal even in a liberal democracy.
While new money became more common, the perfect American became an unachievable mixture of old money and new money characteristics. Because transcendence has become unreachable, it is scorned in The Great Gatsby through a corruption of common transcendentalism imagery. While hardworking industrialists worked hard to transcend and earn their pace, those born rich kept their wealth, having already transcended society. When one attempts to use the American Dream to rise socially, their lack of birthright to wealth leads to mockery. When one attempts to forgo social transcendence and utilize hard work to transcend intellectually, they are mocked for their lack of understanding surrounding modern America.
Both Nineteen Eighty-Four and A Clockwork Orange present their protagonists as memorable losers through the use of history, the distinctive language and the chronological structure emphasising contrast. The “protagonist” is the leading character of the story: which is Winston in Nineteen Eighty-Four and Alex in A Clockwork Orange. The phrase “memorable losers” is a paradox, as losers are often the ones who are forgotten, which is the opposite of the heroes who are remembered. Winston and Alex are both memorable because they dare to challenge social norms that others mindlessly obey, but they are losers because whilst they have courage, they lack the ability to achieve lasting change. Winston is the only one who dares to challenge the totalitarian
Unfortunately, not everyone is born wealthy, so having wealth is like glory and heaven as most individuals do not have enough money to pay for the basic necessities in life while some individuals are selfish and want wealth all for their own. Therefore, leading to countless of individuals to proceed beyond the extent to at least gain or receive an amount of wealth.Furthermore, when it comes to the topic of how much is enough in regards to achieving wealth there is a certain limitation yet, unfortunately, a majority of society are willing to go beyond that limit to achieve it, despite the consequences. Kept turning over, rolling down within his heart the beauty of those bright new florins, saying, Lord, to think I might have all the treasure to myself alone… And so he ran, he had no thought to tarry, came to the town found an apothecary and said, sell me some poison if you will” (Chaucer 130). The youngest rioter selfishness to having all the eight coins to himself had inclined him to buy poison to kill the other two rioters. However, individuals whom are in the higher class and are loaded with wealth also tend to go beyond the limit.
The economic exploitation and political governance of another country is not fair to the local inhabitants. Decolonisation was a crucial step in the direction of equality, especially racially. Previously, western superpowers acted in the name of economic opportunity, disregarding the indigenous populations of their colonies. The standard of life of the local people was disregarded in favour of profit for the colonisers. While the welfare and standard of living of local people vastly improved towards 20th century, a titanic feeling of inferiority remained.
There are cases, they are few but there are cases in which there are rich families that do not care about the social status, they do not like to be recognized for the amount of money they have but for how they are. Money doesn 't makes you happy, money just gives you material stuff but not happiness. You should feel proud of who you are no matter
Even though there are many positive outcomes to being a musician, many become cynical, or self centered. They feel that they are not appreciated enough and become negative. By becoming negative, they influence this negativity among their audience and peers. Also, if not careful, musicians can become different than who they were. They can become self-centered and greedy due to the fame and fortune.
Although to a certain extent, this is true as there is more to life than wealth and, such material gains could corrupt a person’s life with selfishness, reasons illustrate that the other side is true. Money still has the ability to make people happy in this world. To start off, based on my personal experiences, money has provided happiness in my life. This is because I am living with
Many people who do not have money, one of their greatest desires is to have money to buy an infinity of things and in that way they would be happier because they would not have shortages or limitations of material goods. However, some people who have money consider themselves to be unhappy people because happiness is not something that is bought, rather it is something that is earned and achieved. Also, the love is relate with happiness because when someone is in love, that person is contented, pleasant and comfortable the feelings that make someone happy. According with studies, the people that is happy the majority of the time is more propense to live more that the people