Happiness

 
What role does money play in defining your happiness? What if you had more money than you can imagine to spend as you see fit? Would you quit your job? Would you buy a new house? A new car? A luxury yacht? Would you toss out your old wardrobe and buy all new clothing? Would you replace your old furniture? And once you bought all these things, how would you spend the rest of your fortune? On travel? Art? Gourmet food? Do you ever see reaching a point, where the idea of spending money would get old or tiring? And more importantly, would “owning” all those new things bring a bigger sense of joy to your life, or would owning “more stuff” ultimately weigh you down with added burdens? We think Thomas Jefferson had a point when he said:
 

 

A quote by Thomas Jefferson: "It is neither wealth nor splendor; but tranquility and occupation which give you happiness."

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