Essay on Money Does Not Buy Happiness
I believe that happiness come from other sources than money. Money can’t buy friends, experiences or anything besides objects. For it is, real love is what bonds family, life experiences, honest friendship that bring true happiness into someone’s life. I, myself know this very well because coming from a prosperous family and having to see all the arguments, fights and tears between my family members had made me realized that at a young age that money can’t buy everything especially when it comes to happiness.
A dollar amount can’t be place on love. Love can’t be brought, bargain for, or stolen, love have to be culture, nurture and earn. Family is being close, doing anything for each other and be there through thick and thins. Family should be civil against one another. My grandpa was a very wealthy man but after he passed away, there were no will left for the 9 kids that he also leave behind. Money became a disease that attacks the heart of the family, ripping it apart. Money was all that bonded my family, it was not real love. After it all said and done, in a poor country even the wealthiest of family was destroy by wealth forcing my mother, little sister and I to move and it wasn’t long after money, my mother & I finally enjoy happiness.
The smallest experiences mean the most to me, even though they don’t require money. It’s the moments like sitting down at the dinner table with my family and how close I feel to everyone, because you can…