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  • Yes,yes,yes money brings happiness

    Money bring happiness because we buy whatever we want ,our desires and who said money can make you lonely with money you can buy someone whatever they have been wanting for years . You can also donate money to the poor and make them happy too this would also make you a good person. EVERYBODY WOULD RESPECT YOU

  • Money is happiness

    Yes money brings happiness , i mean come on guys u say that money can't cure ur sickness but i prefer being sick in a confortble bed or in jaccouzi instead of dying in a misreble place . U say that money cant buy a familly ? But without money u cant insure food and stuff for them and that will destroy them. U say that it cant be a solution for ur problem ? But also without them . MONEY IS HAPPINESS

  • No no no

    When money is used to buy material goods, that will increase your happiness, but only for a short time. When it is used to buy things for people you care about, the increased happiness will last longer, but ultimately will fade away. True happiness comes from finding people, animals, locations, and jobs that make you feel happy on a daily basis. Being able to trust someone completely, and knowing they'll be waiting at home for you will bring happiness. Knowing you're making a difference in life or helping someone else with bring you happiness. Buying yourself a new sports car will bring you happiness, but only until a newer model comes out. The problem is people often confuse the results of consumerism with happiness, but these are not the same thing. Consumerism is a process built on temporary happiness that creates a continuous hunger for new things to feel that momentary pleasure often mistaken for happiness.

  • It's Money People!

    When you gain money you feel happy, and when you spend it on a new purse or a new pair of Jordan's that makes you feel happy. If your loved one leaves you, you have a 14k boat to make you feel happy. So it does, basically people act like it does, so it does.

  • Homeless living on the streets

    "excuse me, have you got some change for me?" (walks past and ignores them). You call that living a happy life? A homeless person asking for change and people walking past them like they dont exist? How would you feel? What are you going to do if you lived like that....Your going to obviously turn to money to gain happiness.

  • Homeless living on the streets

    "excuse me, have you got some change for me?" (walks past and ignores them). You call that living a happy life? A homeless person asking for change and people walking past them like they dont exist? How would you feel? What are you going to do if you lived like that....Your going to obviously turn to money to gain happiness.

  • Money makes us worry less.

    When we have money, we can buy everything we need and more! We will never worry about food or our children never having clothes or education. If you feel greedy using that money on just you and your friends, you could use that money to donate to, say, charities that will bring your self-worth up.

  • I choose no because some prices are going up

    Money can't give people happiness In my opinion happiness is when you spend time with your family without worrying about money and work. However, if you just think about money and work which makes you lonely, doesn't give you happiness. Instead it just give you sadness which no one wants to live in a world with sadness.
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  • Yea it does

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  • Money can add to your level of happiness, but does not directly cause it.

    When money is used to buy material goods, that will increase your happiness, but only for a short time. When it is used to buy things for people you care about, the increased happiness will last longer, but ultimately will fade away. True happiness comes from finding people, animals, locations, and jobs that make you feel happy on a daily basis. Being able to trust someone completely, and knowing they'll be waiting at home for you will bring happiness. Knowing you're making a difference in life or helping someone else with bring you happiness. Buying yourself a new sports car will bring you happiness, but only until a newer model comes out. The problem is people often confuse the results of consumerism with happiness, but these are not the same thing. Consumerism is a process built on temporary happiness that creates a continuous hunger for new things to feel that momentary pleasure often mistaken for happiness.

  • I don't believe money bring happiness.

    I agree that, in some situations, money can make people happy, meanly if their happiness depend on material goods. Someone may have a lot of money and feel miserable for many reasons. E.G.: lack of trust, love, feel lonely, have an uncurable disease. On the other hand, someone who make enough to have a decent life, may feel successful.

  • Money can't bring the true happiness.

    I am not saying that money is not important. In our society we need money to survive, but it can not be the focus of our lives. Many people see money as their main goal of life, but if they do that, this will make them superficial, and they might even do things to protrude others. Money help us to achieve our goals, but can not be our motive to live.

  • No, ask millionaire!

    Look at the life of someone who has money , and look at their end. Ever heard the phase " money is the source of all evil". Money cannot buy family , or peace, nor love . It cannot cure your cancer or sickness. Our society today is an example.

  • No, ask millionaire!

    Look at the life of someone who has money , and look at their end. Ever heard the phase " money is the source of all evil". Money cannot buy family , or peace, nor love . It cannot cure your cancer or sickness. Our society today is an example.

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  • Money itself doesn't bring happiness.

    In my opinion, nowadays the society has become more and more materialistic as everyone, including me, wanna be rich. But not everyone can make money easily. Some of them, who are clever enough will find ways to hack the bank accounts and to steal from others and someone who have more money is definitely the main target for these people. Despite having a lot of money, they will feel more worried to secure their money store from those clever hackers and robbers

  • Happiness Can't Be Bought

    Money does not bring happiness. Happiness can not be purchased, you can shop all day and buy all types of products and what have you, but not matter how much money you have, it will not bring you happiness. Happiness does not depend on income level. There are plenty of happy poor people.

  • No money does not bring happiness.

    Money does not bring happiness, only more items to distract yourself with, more insanely expensive items you do not need and will most likely get mad at and throw away, and only the urge to acquire more money. It may make people happy in the short term but eventually their greed will swallow them whole and make them just as miserable as someone without money.

  • No, ask millionaire!

    No, ask millionaire! Look at the life of someone who has money , and look at their end. Ever heard the phase " money is the source of all evil". Money cannot buy family , or peace, nor love . It cannot cure your cancer or sickness. Our society today is an example.

  • No no no

    When money is used to buy material goods, that will increase your happiness, but only for a short time. When it is used to buy things for people you care about, the increased happiness will last longer, but ultimately will fade away. True happiness comes from finding people, animals, locations, and jobs that make you feel happy on a daily basis. Being able to trust someone completely, and knowing they'll be waiting at home for you will bring happiness. Knowing you're making a difference in life or helping someone else with bring you happiness. Buying yourself a new sports car will bring you happiness, but only until a newer model comes out. The problem is people often confuse the results of consumerism with happiness, but these are not the same thing. Consumerism is a process built on temporary happiness that creates a continuous hunger for new things to feel that momentary pleasure often mistaken for happiness.


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