One with a moderate income can feels happier if he leads a simple life and be grateful with what he has.
However, this does not mean that money can buy happiness, unlike the misconception of most people in the world. If you disagree with me, let’s look at the reasons for my stand.
Firstly, one of the main gates to happiness is to stay healthy.
Hence, they can hardly spend any relax, restful night at their home even if they posse a huge two and a half storey bungalow with a beautiful garden and artificial waterfall.
Successful businessmen may always have a chance of flying to all parts of the world when they go out station to make business.
This would make their life all about money, therefore consuming them in their obsession to wanting more and more.
In my personal experience with money, I’ve had the amount of an average American family.However, very few of them can really take it as a holiday as a treat for themselves for their schedules are always full and they are so stressful with their works.Even fewer businessmen can ignore urgent, pursuing calls from their clients or office when they are going for holidays or resting.That could mean robbing someone of it, which would consume your life by getting you thrown in jail.Another thing could be that if someone is not desperate for money but the complete opposite, that they have so much they don’t know what to do with it, then they could become greedy.I believe that money can not buy happiness, and actually I believe that in some ways money can negatively consume your life which would not make you very happy.What I mean by this is, say someone is desperate for money, and then they will do anything to get their hands on it.Maybe some people think that when one is rich, he can be healthy or it does not matter even if they have diseases because these rich men have lots of money to pay their medication. Good health is acquired from a healthy lifestyle progressively and not in a day.With lots of money we are tend to temp ourselves to exotic, luxurious food.The thing is, it depend, For instance, if you have been poor your whole life then becoming rich would make you very happy, but if you’ve been rich your whole life, that’s different.It wouldn’t really matter as much because there would be a plentiful amount of money in your life already, and it wouldn’t be something desperately needed.