Past research has been done but both are up, and down different stories told that some people are happy or sad, but I think it juts depends on the person and what do they make their life about. People have spiritual values they need to have to live a good life and always see the good side of things to be happy. Materialism and happiness, it shows that people could be happy with money with buying new things they haven’t had before. It will have more associate more happiness with martial purchases and the person with lower expensive things could feel less worthy and try to reach the same level in the future, but it is an endless cycle of tying to reach money that leads to happiness at the end. Im a big fan of buying new things not many people have discovered or have to feel a way of happiness.
Happiness is the value or condition of feeling happy, joy or pleasure. Many arguments, researches and studies have been made about whether money can buy a person’s happiness or not. Researchers state that only people who are living in poverty, unhappy or overly wealthy agree to the statement that money cannot buy happiness. In fact, it is how one works with their money that leads to happiness. Money can eliminate the struggle of money problems, which most likely outcomes to unhappiness, additionally, money can buy happiness as long as one gives some of the money away.
David thinks that the notion that money can buy happiness is itself a deception. Money can only buy temporal happiness. Eternal and long-term happiness depends on the peace of mind. Abraham adds up to this point and states that if money could buy happiness, then only the rich persons were meant to be happy. No matter how much money you own, you can never be happy if you don't limit your expectations.
Money Buy You Happiness Do you think money can buy you happiness? I believe that it can. Money can buy you happiness, but not for long. The things you get with your money and just having that money can go away just like that. Let’s say, you just received a check for $2,000 and you buy a car.
People think that if they have money, then they will be happy. For me, no amount of money can buy a person what truly makes them happy. Sure, money is nice but happiness is not about money. I find it ridiculous when people say, “I’m not happy because I do not have enough money.” The way I see it, is that people do not fully understand what it is to be happy before they can have money. Being successful is not the result of having a lot of money.
Although money doesn’t buy happiness, it sure does help with bills, debts, and other stuff, but if you really want to go to college and you need your bachelor’s or associates degree to use for the real world then do it. Pay the money you need to so you can do what you really want to do but if you really love what you do or are going to do then you wouldn’t be working a day in your life.
What is the happiness? Happiness is not only hard to measure, but it is also difficult to singularly define. People have agonized over this question for centuries. When people were born in this world, of course they always find the real happiness. They thought that the happiness is very hard to find.
Money provides food, it creates jobs and opportunities. Money is energy. It comes, it goes and it must keep flowing. Money provides education, housing, clothes, entertainment and the more you have the more you can create, develop and build opportunities for others to improve their lot in life. To see money as evil is to sabotage yourself, it is selfish and a cop out for failure.