The word is like an eternal theme.
It is up to the person to decide if he or she is happy with the money.
However, I think that money makes it easier to solve more problems, and as a result, happiness is easier to obtain.
However, while having money increases the number of solutions available, it also makes you more vulnerable to danger.
As the saying goes, money is a demon, because money often causes people to change themselves and those around them to change or be changed by the presence of money.
If you have money, you can do this and that, right? Many people may think, “If I had money, I could do this and that,” but the body is one thing.
Even if you buy a lot of brand-name goods, you cannot wear or carry them all.
Even if you buy a lot of hobby items, if you don’t use them, they are just trash.
Even if you go on a trip every week, any human being would be exhausted.
It is good to splurge and eat good food, but eating it every day can be detrimental to your health.
Humans are funny creatures, and the act of spending money puts them in a state of some kind of stop-start.
Having money also makes them more vulnerable to danger.
Unfortunately, humans are creatures of envy, jealousy, and backbiting.
This is not something that is held because of something you yourself did to the other person, but something that the other person has on their own.
So it is an unstoppable emotion, but unfortunately, having money increases the probability of being envied, jealous, and backstabbing.
So many people who have money do not dare to look like they have money.
These people are trying not to show that they have money to protect themselves and their families because they have experienced envy, jealousy, and backbiting at some point.
When I see such a way of life, I think the question, “Is it happiness to have money? I think it is a foolish question.