Wednesday, July 4, 2007

What's up?

It seems that everyday is either a good one or a bad one. Sometimes it's where we are and sometimes it's in other parts of the world. It seems that the world has both the bad and the good all rolled into one.

This is just a short blog for people having a bad or good day. Most of us actually have bad ones. The day to day struggles of work, family, relationships, children and money. That old dollar that seems to work it's way into all our problems. Wouldn't it be nice if everyone was rich?

Monte Carlo is an example of a place where there is tons of cash in every pocket. The funny thing is that the money they spend on such luxuries like buying a car, staying in a hotel or pulling their yacht into port is pricy. The berth fees alone can feed a small town in Africa. Looking at what they pay, it actually makes it almost the same whereby we earn less and pay for things that are less expensive but compared to their earnings and spendings, it comes to the same.

Sure they lead a better lifestyle. Nice houses, clothes, jewelry and such but is there happiness? A lot of people think it solves problems but even if you strike the lottery today you may end up wishing that you didn't. You may just find that friends are not friends. Relatives and family are likes wolves in sheeps clothing. The dog is probably still the only one that loves you unconditionally.

Bar advice. We all want nice things. Don't make material things the centre of your world. We came into the world with nothing and we'll leave it the same way.


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Divine Surreality said...

Money never equates true happiness, instead its like a drug offering a temporary high materialistically. But greed motivates people and traps them into a flase sense of having more equals less problems and stress, equals happiness, which is never the case.

Hey I dont know if you've already done this, but you offer very good advice, what would you take on "true happiness" be?