The True Cost of Happiness (a briefing)

If I had a dollar for every time I have heard that money can’t buy happiness, I’d have more than enough to find out for sure if that is fact or fiction.  Based on my observations of the world these days, I am inclined to believe it.  But one thing  I have learned is for certain is this:

MONEY MAY NOT BE ABLE TO BUY YOU HAPPINESS BUT IT CAN DEFINITELY PAY FOR THE SEARCH

What really moves you and makes you happy is a deeply personal thing and only God knows where or how you will come upon it.  But it is fair to assume that it will be a lot harder to recognize the clues along the road if you don’t have money to keep gas in the car.   So while I would never encourage the love of money or wealth worship as has become a dominant theme in popular culture, I strongly advocate a healthy respect for money as a tool to help facilitate a robust search for the life of fulfillment you may be searching for.  Good Luck & Godspeed, my friends.

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