Does Money Buy Happiness? — The Atlantic "Lane suggests that happiness is derived largely from two sources—material comfort, and social and familial intimacy—that are often incompatible."... "...happiness in the United States has not risen over the past fifty years, despite an average increase of more than 85 percent in the real value of family income."
Money does not buy happiness.but lack of money buys misery.
Good character can take you far. I wish parents would teach this to their children. A degree can only take you so far without the right attitude and charisma. A degree does not make you smart or rich. Money can’t buy you happiness. Let’s live a positive, humble life.
I think a lot of people don& understand what real romance is. Anyone can buy flowers, candy and jewelry, there& no love in that. The truly romantic things in life are those little things you do every day to show you care, and that you& thinking of.