why money can’t buy happiness

“How are you doing?”

“I am fine, thanks. how about You?”

People always ask about our feeling condition, mental and emotional state. Do we feel happy today? this because we – the human being – always looking for happiness. Happiness in its broad sense is the label for a family of pleasant emotional states, such as joy, amusement, satisfaction, gratification, euphoria, and triumph. Happiness can be examined in experiential and evaluative contexts.

People who have a purpose in life tend to feel happier in achieving goals. Be realistic. Get to know your situation and abilities when making a plan. Determine action-oriented goals. Don’t focus on certain things, what you have, or what you don’t have, but focus on what you can do. Look at your goals as a positive thing. Goals will be more easily achieved if you see them as something you can work on, instead of being something you want to avoid. As long as we can keep our minds focused on positive things, we will feel happy.

Happiness is closely related to thoughts and feelings of the heart. happiness is not directly related to material such as the amount of wealth or the amount of monthly salary. Many rich people feel depressed or stressed and many poor people feel happy. That is why money can’t buy happiness. We often forget ourselves. We study hard from childhood until we get a Bachelor degree. Then we look for decent work. After getting work, we buy grand homes and luxury vehicles. But at one time, we felt something was missing. We feel less happy.

 

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