Wise and experienced persons ones solemnly proclaim, fingers a-wagging, that money and material prosperity do not bring happiness.
Duhh! Everyone knows that, but some who preach this less than profound truth seem to opine from the point of view that most people think that if they only had more money and material prosperity they would be happy, or at least happier than they are now, and that because that belief is false, they should even consider seeking to get rid of what they have. Some people use the term simplify to describe this proposed path to greater happiness.
Guess what? A lack of money and material prosperity doesn’t make a person happy either. The greater truth is: happiness and material prosperity are entirely unrelated.
Therefore, all things considered, I’d rather have money than not have it.
- Prosperity is a Choice (charterjet.org)
- The Three Primal Topics that Attract New Blog Readers (avantrasara.com)
- The Happiness Equation (beyondanomie.wordpress.com)
- You won’t be any happier if you make more than $75,000 (techstartups.com)
- Contentment is The Key to Happiness (socyberty.com)