http://onsc4x4.com/?mariypol=se-rencontrer-en-france&f53=70 Yesterday I introduced this piece from the Charlotte Observer in which young persons were ask to answer that age-old question about money and happiness.
As you read, I took issue with parts of the responses (re-read the intro to see why I think it’s justifiable to analyze the financial views of teenagers), however, I am inclined to agree with most of the respondent’s ultimate conclusions.
Does happiness or satisfaction with life come with a price-tag?
For me, I would need lots of money because I shop whenever I get the chance. this hyperlink It’s really a matter of opinion and lifestyle. – Age 14
read You can’t say what defines happiness for people. Every individual has his or her own situation to deal with. One person might not care about money and another person might love making money. – Age 16
In my opinion more money actually could mean more happiness. It just depends on what type of person you are. http://devrimcicephe.org/vistawkoe/599 If you’re a person that is very materialistic, then yes, more money would make you happy. If you’re a person who doesn’t care what kind of car you drive or what type of cell phone you have, then it wouldn’t really make a difference if you had more money or not. – Age 14
Saying that money can’t buy happiness is as Miss-America-ish as wishing for world peace and puppies for everyone. I’m not saying that world peace and puppies wouldn’t be great. Don’t go putting words in my mouth.
Article publié pour la première fois le 28/09/2010