Sink, swim, or float along.

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12 Responses to Sink, swim, or float along.

  1. Karen says:

    Most people are happy? Really? That is news to me.

  2. fireflight says:

    “All I want is the chance to prove that money can’t make me happy.”

  3. Ditto that, fireflight!

  4. Keith says:

    Really?
    I still have to stick with Thoreau on this one.

    “The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation. What is called resignation is confirmed desperation.”

    And of course, I should think it applies just as much to women.

  5. Phil says:

    Who’s rich? I’m 125,000 in debt… stupid mortgage. I guess I’m poor and apathetic?

  6. Dips says:

    Scrooge is happy?

  7. Opinions are good! You get to see different views of people. My opinion is that I think you can be happy with money or not depending on how you approach it. I don’t think having money is bad, since you can do some good with it.

    On the other hand, I think money can be a distraction to happiness, either striving to make ends meet or using it to fulfill the void.

    I say be happy either way. Money is still a necessity to sustain yourself and your family.

  8. By the way, nothing wrong with being Scrooge McDuck!

  9. Bob B says:

    “The man who is happy is not he who is believed to be so but he who believes he is so.” •Michel De Montaigne

  10. Zvi says:

    2B or not 2B. That is the question.

  11. Joe says:

    I w/ other commenters. Most people are not happy.

  12. Sketchy says:

    Zvi, I think you hit it on the head. Most people want “to be” happy more than rich.

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