How Does Money Buy Happiness Essay

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Have you ever thought that money can buy a person’s happiness? People cannot live without money, money can buy every one’s happiness. People can buy whatever they want with money. The issue of some individuals who do not understand how to use and spend their money, is that they do not know what are the things that they really need to use, and the reason of why do they must buy them. 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…show more content…
According to Will Rogers, (1879), which says “Too many people spend money they haven't earned, to buy things they don't want, to impress people that they don't like.” (Will Rogers). This means, that there are a lot of people who are using money but that they are not obtain it. Those humans are cheating on other people in order to form relationship with them and have new friends. This money they do not deserve it, they earn it to show other people that they are own the best things, and they are more special than other people. In addition, people are buying many things that they don’t need to use them. People are throwing their money everywhere, and spend their money on many silly things that may lead them to lose too much money without feeling. However, I still believe that the money can buy happiness because it gives people what they want and making new relationship with other people. According to George Lorimer, (1934), which says “It’s good to have money and the things that money can buy, but it’s good, too, to check up once in a while and make sure that you haven’t lost the things that money can’t buy.” This explains, that no need for being alive if a person don’t have money. Money buys everything that one needs. If anyone has enough money, he/she will live a happy
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