No because deep down i just want love
More money would enable to seek more help for my physical problems and I suspect that would lead to greater health and that greater health would enable to do more things, thus I would be happier. If I were not able to find greater health, at least I would have more money to enable me to engage in more things to distract me, thus experiencing less pain. At the very worst, I could at least hire someone to make sure my house gets a regular cleaning and that would make me happier. In short -- yes!
Happier, yes, because it would solve 90% of the s**t that's making me miserable.
No. I need love.
Fifty years ago yes, now no.<br />
Yes, because every means I get for living,<br />
learning, entertaining... come from my parents'<br />
care, work and money. The more they have, <br />
the more they sustain me well.<br />
Now, I realize that money is causing trouble<br />
for me and for the world, while happiness only<br />
depends on serenity of the mind.<br />
All things concerning human life are spiritual,<br />
therefore the solutions for our problems<br />
must be spiritual.<br />
Probably, we are more attached to physical means<br />
when we are immature; at maturity we depend more<br />
on spiritual purpose.<br />
Yes, human nature is spiritual. Atheists also know and<br />
admit that they are spiritual.
Yes right now my take home pay don't take me home.
No just less stressed.
Naw, I have all I need
God and my woman
more money would equal less stress would equal 'happier' (at least for a day)
A little :D
Good people, and being out doors :)
Also bad people. lol