I don't think it makes you happy. But I have had it both ways -- without money back when I was a single mother and now, WITH money, now that I am remarried to a physician. I will just tell you this -- No, I am not happier, per se, but my stress over monetary issues has disappeared completely, and for that reason, I do feel happier. I guess I'm saying, less stress = happiness. And more money can often = less stress = happiness.
more money almost always = more bills. I've known families that had rich elderly person die and then everyone fights bout who gets what. I also know of poorer families that pull together to have nice funeral/service for their beloved fam. when my older family members die they r leavin bills not wills. and I'm ok with that
Believe me .. YES .. some people collect money to control or destroy the others , and some of them don't know why they are doing that , and some of them collect it for good reasons like helping the poor ones or orphans .. etc so whatever your reason is ... you've got to collect alot of money to get sure u can realise your dreams (but earn it in a fair way not by stealing !)
No, money doesn't make you happy. You can use money to buy things that might make you or someone else happy (a wedding ring for example, to propose) or you could donate it to charity to help a family in need. But just being a miser and getting a lot of money just to have a lot of money will not make you happy.
Definitely not. You should be able to be happy w/o money. Think of all those celebrities out there who have terrible lives, but tons of money. And think also that no matter how much money you have, you can't buy somebody's love, and in the end no matter how much money you have you'll end up dying one way or another. Bottom line is: having lots of money doesn't mean having the perfect life and perfect happiness