Health Is More Important Thant Wealth

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"Health Is More Important Thant Wealth"
Do you know how precious your health is? Do you know the value of your health? What about the wealth? Which one of them is important? Health and wealth, two words that rhyme so well but often do not occur together. People said that "Health is Wealth". Good health can be define as if your body is free from mental and body disease. According to Bidisha Mukharjee (2012) in her article "Why is Health Important?", she stated that a good health can be describe as a condition when both body and mind functioning properly. She also mention about the main causes behind poor health condition are the diseases, improper diet, an injury, the mental stress, lack of hygiene and also the unhealthy lifestyle. While wealth can be define as the thing that make person, family or group better off or in other words, the state of being rich, affluent and having a plentiful supply of material goods or money. Our health is important because it give us the ability to be independent and to do daily work that will make us alive and happy. Moreover when all of body part working properly, there is no pain to grab your attention that will limit the daily routine. I am totally agree with the statement "Health is more important than wealth" because if we do not have a good health, we are unable to find money, good health guarantee the future success and it also guarantees happiness

Nowadays, a healthy body play a main role in human life. The person without a good health will limited them to find money. As all know, obtaining a lot of money will required a very hard working job, so as an employee it is necessary to have a healthy body and mental to fit with the pressure in the workplace. Furthermore, most of the employer only will hire a healthy person to become their employee since they believed that hiring an unhealthy worker will increase their company expanses. Rachel Rae (2009) in the article "The Cost Hiring An Unhealthy Worker", stated that...
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