Worlds Biggest Lie
“Sorry this was my last piece of gum” or “I’ll call you later” tend to be the most common lies amongst teenagers and young adults, but in reality they compare minimally to the worlds real biggest lie. “Money doesn’t buy happiness” is by far the worst and most prevalent lie in the world today. Parents teach their kids this idea when realistically it is wrong and deceiving, these parents install the wrong information into their children’s’ brains. Money is not the root of all evil, money is what makes the world go around. Money gives you the power to choose how you want to be happy, what you want to do to be happy and whom you want to be with to make you happy.
Figuratively speaking, actual money does not make you happy, but it is when you think outside of the box that you realize money does buy happiness. Money buys the objects and activities that make you happy in this world. Imagine having a nice prime cut rib eye steak every night for dinner instead of Ramen Noodles and a couple of chips. Money doesn’t buy happiness but it does buy a nice X-box, flat screen T.V., and stereo system for your dorm room. Helen Brown once said “Money, if it does not bring you happiness, will at least help you be miserable in comfort.” I can sit in my room all day and sulk about how I failed my last test or I could play X-box on a brand new 48-inch high definition flat screen T.V and not every worry about that test again. Money doesn’t buy happiness but it does buy the possessions that lead to happiness. Wouldn’t it be nice to come home from classes all day and have a personal assistant who has already made you dinner, cleaned your room and washed all your clothes for you? Money buys personal assistants and babysitters; with them you have much more time on your hands to do whatever makes you happy. If money doesn’t but happiness than how come I never see anybody frowning while driving a Ferrari or Jet Ski? Money buys you the things you...
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