Similarities Between The Declaration Of Happyness And The Pursuit Of Happiness

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Some people believe that money buys happiness.However others think believe that working hard and being successful will bring them happiness. Money cannot buy you happiness, money can buy things such as clothes, cars, electronics, etc. The way you use your money can create the life you desire. The pursuit of happiness gives you more pleasure than attaining them, for instance lottery winners do not know the value of working and achieving the money to be happy. Also the Declaration of Independence states that we have the right to have the pursuit of happiness, and in the movie The Pursuit of Happyness based on the novel The Pursuit of Happyness by Chris Gardner it shows how Gardner went on a journey to find his happiness.

Lottery winners didn’t work for the money and spend it leaving them unhappy . Rather those who pursue their desires and happiness go through a path that has many ups and downs and wouldn't want to go through it again. For instance Callie
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This demonstrates that we as the people of the United States America have the right to create their own life and be happy from it. It gives the freedom to decide what to do with your life. It’s your choice of how you want to use it. Going on the journey of pursuing your happiness will make you learn new things and learn more about yourself. Students go on pursuit to gain a high school or college diploma to be happy from it. Once you receive your diploma and graduate you are content with yourself for all your hard work, it’s a much better feeling of knowing that you worked hard to achieve it rather than it just being handed to you. They find more pleasure and satisfaction when they actually worked for it. The Pursuit of Happyness Dir.Gabriele Muccino is a great way of showing how the pursuit of happiness is more rewarding than the attainment of
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