Happiness Vs Happiness

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Happiness is always the crucial factor that the infinite number of people are endeavoring to seek during their lifetime. In fact, there are still some people questioning what happiness is until their last gasp. So, what is precisely happiness that significantly affects human life? Does happiness mean successfully achieving targets? Or abilities to do everything which you want without any barriers? There are no precise answers because happiness depends on individuals’ feelings and attitudes. Nontheless, in general, as well as the financial gap between the rich and the poor, there are fundamental differences of happiness and unhappiness varying from objectives, confidence, and securities of the future.

Initially, the rich have the benefit
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Regarding a research from Princeton University 's Woodrow Wilson School, after reaching a peak of 75,000 dollars a year, people do not feel more cheerful when making the larger sums of money. Nevertheless, the aspirations of the wealthy are so lofty and unlimited that they always want to accumulate wealth and become fabulously richer than they are now or any other person in the world. Consequently, they seriously put a great deal of effort into their business and try to work as much as possible, which may cause various stress, severe depression, ... and lead to an unhappy life. Secondly, richness can also bring considerable confidence to people as letting them feel like they are on top of the world, which is definitely such an extremely marvelous and wonderful feeling. Besides, the large number of the rich are always treated with the utmost courtesy by friends, relatives, colleagues, ... even when they do not deserve it. In other words, notwithstanding high expectation, flattery and pretending appreciation from other people, receiving respect all the time can make a profound…show more content…
For them, even a modest meal with their family members and a chance of eating delicious food or observing their children’s processes of growing up can easily make them satisfied and happy. In other words, the underprivileged do not struggle to earn money for the future but for their present financial circumstances. Moreover, they are also bound to strive to make a living as long as possible without any relaxation. Therefore, the majority of the poor people have learned the value of money at the early stage of life and known to highly respect everything which they possess at the moment. As a result, when meeting targets or getting a dream item, the poor seem greatly joyful and intensively proud of themselves. Turning to feelings of confidence, in contrast to the wealthy, the substantial number of the poor feel not only reserved, unconfident and vastly inferior to other people but also dreadfully worried about criticism and injustice. Additionally, most people usually look down on those living in poverty and treat them with a total disrespect. In fact, according to Pells (2016), in India, there were 12 percentage scores more possibly for poorer children to suffer physical bullying and 19 percentage scores more possibly to suffer verbal one. Besides, in some poor Eastern families, especially traditional ones, many
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