The Importance Of Happiness In My Own Happiness

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Money is one of those things in life that humans can’t survive without; therefore, many people globally consider money as a reason not only for living, but also happiness. However, the definition of happiness differs among individuals. Generally, the word “happiness” is a complex word to be defined; therefore, some people believe that since they have money they can buy everything can make them happy, while others don’t. People who have money have an easy access to an incredible life. In other words, they are capable to afford fancy car, a luxurious house, and they are able to travel around the world without any financial worries. As for me, I believe that money can buy happy stuff, but it doesn’t buy the happiness itself. Happiness in my own …show more content…
Instead, it’s a free thing that is usually given by true friends, and family to their loved once. When individuals are surrounded by whom they love, their life becomes meaningful and much happier due to the comfort that they feel. For instance, Marilyn Monroe who is known as the sexiest woman in the 20th century, and the most iconic figures in diverse cultures, lived a miserable life. Many writers have written that she had psychological issues which made her life difficult to cope with fame. Although she had an estimated wealth that was worth $27 million, she continued to be sad, depressed, and lonely. She got married three times, but all three marriages ended up with being divorced; therefore, her fame, money, and beauty did not buy her happiness. On the other hand, many people whom I have seen are much happier without money because they admit the fact that money can’t buy them family and …show more content…
According to the quote, there are many types of friendship. One type is the honest, true, pure relationship between friends that never involves any personal benefits. However, the other two types are more likely to be fake friendship. Fake friends are either the one who easily drop the whole friendship and start acting simply because they are jealous, or the one who need to play friendship only if there is something they want. For example, in my previous chemistry class there was a girl who is very accurate when it comes to chimerical experiments therefore, she was asked by many students to be a member of her group. Sadly, none of those who call her “my friend” is her friend now simply because they make a temporary relationship with her just to get advantages of her skill, which obviously represented a fake

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