Can Money Buy Happiness Analysis

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Presenting before you, one of the world’s biggest business tycoons, Mr. Walter Scott. Expressing his inspirational journey from rags to riches, Mr. Scott is also going to share his opinion on “Can money buy happiness?” only on our much-awaited television show, “The Icons of the World.” 1) Our viewers would be inspired if you could share the troubles confronted by you before becoming a billionaire. Reply: It has been a challenging but an enjoyable journey facing the ups and downs of life as she quotes “not having enough money causes emotional pain and unhappiness.” Since money is the primary necessity to fulfill all obligations of life and earning it is a complex task. Encountering various challenges in life, I have kept myself healthy and…show more content…
Let me reiterate emphatically “Money can never buy happiness!”. Happiness is abstract, which varies from individual to individual; for instance, a poor man will be thankful to the Almighty even if he gets only two square meals a day; nevertheless, they can at least sleep happily with little stress. However, a rich man is likely to be unhappy throughout his life either in the pursuit of creating or in the tension of safeguarding his empire. Ms. Barr quotes “$75,000 seems to be the tipping point where people felt they had enough money.” This suggests that having enough money and being happy with it is entirely an individual’s perspective. This is very debatable as every person has a different approach towards life. Accumulating wealth is time-consuming and time lost shall be difficult to overcome. Moreover, one has to work hard and needs dedication along with the potential and skills for building wealth. This is the era of fast food and fast money and quick success. Timely action can avert great disasters as time and tide wait for no man. Therefore, one should be contented with what they have as money is the root cause of all evils and satisfaction is the only key to…show more content…
Still, they are not fulfilled; they want more. Thus greed more. It never satisfies an individual content. The individuals who would prefer to have it, do not have it, but those who have it need to have a greater amount of it significantly. “day-to-day enjoyment, relishing small pleasure, laughter, activities and being with people I love.”Unfortunately, in our quest for wealth, we frequently forget how to enjoy life; a work-life balance is paramount. We ignore to welcome the little delights that secure our lives worth living. Always remember that money can buy materialistic pleasures, but not inner peace “more money may be able to buy more pleasures.” Nonetheless, such time never returns from a majority of the people, and they bite the dust miserable and disappointed. Hence, resulting in some individuals being so poor that all they are left with is money. Thus, it is easy to satisfy human needs, but there is no way of satisfying human greed. Thanking you once again Mr. Scott for joining us on our show “The Icons of the World” and we hope this episode of ours has been incredibly impactful for our viewers. Goodbye and do not forget to be glued to your seats next week to enjoy another event of an experienced
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