Essay on Money Can 't Buy Happiness
It can be seen that "happiness" is within the range of "contentment" to "intense joy." Every single thing in the world which brings contentment or joy costs money. With that, it is shown that it must be bought, and therefore, it is money which brings happiness.
The things we enjoy in life can be obtained without money being spent either by the person experiencing this happiness or by others spending money so that they can be happy. For example, even people who are "contented" with nourishment and covering will realize that both food and shelter costs money.
Question: Turn on the news and watch people dying of starvation; do they look happy?
Answer: They appear to be quite sad.
When the worms of hungry brought on by extreme poverty are eating at people, they tend to smile less (or not at all).
I certainly don 't see them laughing when I turn on the T.V. and see their bones coming out of their chests.
Question: How many homeless people do we find acting extremely overjoyed?
Answer: Not many.
You can 't be truly happy if you are…