Can money lead to happiness?
‘Money is numbers and numbers never end. If it takes money to be happy, your search for happiness will never end’. This powerful quote by Bob Marley can sometimes be misinterpreted, rather than suggesting that money itself cannot make you happy he is saying that the pursuit of more and more money will not lead to happiness. Although this may sound a little picky, consider that a man who owns a jet ski and is content will greatly enjoy using. However a man who purchases a jet ski but really wants a motor yacht will not enjoy the jet ski to the same extend. Perhaps in regards to money it is better to be content with what you have rather than constantly striving for me, at least this is what Bob Marley thought.
So what does lead to happiness?
If we flip this question on its head it can become easier to answer, what leads to unhappiness? I’m sure most of you could write a much longer list for this question. So in our quest for happiness perhaps it is easier to simply avoid things which make us unhappy, rather than just trying to do the things that we enjoy.
A cause of unhappiness and insecurity for many men is the size of their penis. Thankfully it is possible to increase the size of your downstairs. Using a Bathmate is a safe and discreet method that can be used to enlarge your penis. Within 3 months of frequent use you can expect your penis length to increase by half an inch as a bare minimum, further you can expect increases in thickness by of least 30 %. Like money, it’s not guaranteed that the increase in the size of your manhood will lead you to happiness, however it will certainly make you less unhappy. However it is guaranteed that if you don’t like the product and you return it within 60 days then a full refund is provided with no questions asked. So the Bathmate provides one method for many men to boost self-esteem and avoid being unhappy.
Having said money doesn’t lead to happiness, it should be considered that being in debt is likely to make you unhappy. This is of course contradictory. Therefore, as with most things in life, a balance must be established, where money is not seen as the source of happiness but rather a tool that can be used to avoid unhappiness. This balance will be unique for each individual.