Happiness: The goal

Money can buy happiness in hint, but only for a limited time! Let me explain. You see, the money must combine the consciousness that knows how to use the money to benefit him with the money. Money or something else that is only acquired for its own sake does not work and even creates grief by not using productive ones. Actually, real work is to use things right and be really productive in every way that counts honestly.

When I think about happiness and productivity, it's a loner: I think of Ebenezer Scrooge, before and after ghosts he visited Charles Dickens' story "A Christmas Carol". Sure, we can all upload wealth, but if we don't totally or enjoy it productive, what is it really worth? Nothing. Therefore, I always want to say that we must find that wealth for the sake of "righteous possession" is not rich. Its use in high-performance, real-life and enlarged features is close to real money but not quite there. Being a real service and enjoying what you do honestly in every way and creating a great life there there. That's where real wealth and happiness are. Sure, you can argue that "Do not win a lottery without work unless you buy real money too?" I would say, unless they are used as a spare, they are not rich. It's also rare for these lottery games to know what to do with a lot of money too. Indeed, this is another example of wealth because of the wealth of unconsciousness in cases where people end up poorer than before because they do not know what to do.

I'm not against wealth, but I'm all happy and productive with wealth.

Yes, I could say the standard, "get everything you can" write an article. Here, however, I want to get into the heart of wealth and happiness that really works to make a better life and existence. Ebenezer Scrooge got him up and this could be yours if you let it go. So I will say this is "get everything you can and use it just as you can and will be" an article. That's what I mean. After all, in humility and reality, genuine wealth is combined with happiness and productivity, or it is the greatest and poorest goal.


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