Money is the root of all evils but without money life cannot be dreamt of. Not only today but since time immemorable, money has been of importance. It is a means of transaction. Everything that is sold in the markets can be purchased with money. Money is proportional to happiness but along with it other things also tag along i.e. tension, stress, worry, diseases. However, without money life comes to a dead end.
It is philosophical that the poor, needy, destitute are happy without money. Yes, they don’t have to worry about things like money being stolen or their being duped by anyone. But their entire life is a struggle to make the both the ends meet. They do laugh at times but that something is lacking in their smiles which is called real laughter.
The rich on the other hand spend their entire life amassing money which takes all their life. They can afford all luxuries which cannot be dreamt of. Yes, there is no bickering about money. The only thing they lack is time for each other or for the family.
Bliss is definitely not a quality like tallness, weight or pay that can be effortlessly estimated. It is a perplexing, indistinct express that is taken care of by transient basic joys, just as the more supported prizes of exercises.
In reality, joy is having fulfillment and which means in your day to day existence. It’s the penchant to feel good feelings, and holding a feeling of direction. Joy isn’t having a great deal of honor or cash. It’s anything but a steady joy. It’s a more extensive thing: Our capacity to associate with others, to have significant connections, to have a superior local area. Individuals who say they’re glad have solid associations and interchanges with others – that is a kind of formula for satisfaction. Cash builds satisfaction until about a specific degree of procuring, and after that our passionate prosperity doesn’t increment with pay.
Close circles and family is generally significant for joy. The material belongings like iPhones, PCs, being rich and claiming a games vehicle won’t give a similar degree of happiness.
Moroever, how you spend your money is also really critical to your happiness, I feel. For example, contrary to the self-care belief that you should splurge and treat yourself to material purchases, buying things won’t make us very happy. While it might feel good to shop for nicer or more expensive things, they typically aren’t fulfilling once we get them. This is in part because material purchases hang around, so we get used to them.
On the other hand, spending money on personal growth, connecting with people and contributing to the community, do contribute to happiness. Studies also suggest that spending n experiences in life makes you happier than items. If you spend money in ways that help others, or help you connect with others, whether it’s just like a dinner with friends or traveling, even if it’s not very far and very expensive, that would make you very happy.
Thus, to summarize, genuine joy lies in remunerating connections, and not in material riches and cash. A certain lifestyle might keep you satisfied and give you an edge in the competitive era even but at the end of the day, family is what keeps you smiling.
I have always been against Glorifying Over Work and therefore, in the year 2021, I have decided to launch this campaign “Balancing Life”and talk about this wrong practice, that we have been following since last few years. I will be talking to and interviewing around 1 lakh people in the coming 2021 and publish their interview regarding their opinion on glamourising Over Work.
If you are interested in participating in the same, do let me know.
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