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Sunday, May 10, 2009

Where Happiness Lies


"Research done in Mexico, Ghana, Sweden, the U.S. and the U.K. shows that individuals typically get richer during their lifetimes, but not happier. It is family, social and community networks that bring joy to one's life".

My sentiment exactly..

Now bring me home... :-)

full article here.

14 comments:

totomai said...

onaji desu

Turismoboi said...

ay nabaza ko rin to!

fai said...

How I wish that many people could be as wealthy and as famous as i am, so that they will know it is not all money and fame that matter in this life. -- Bill Gates

my sentiments, too. :)
come home. now. hehe.

jasperjugan said...

yeah! a nice thing to reflect on

ANNA-LYS said...

Where is home?
Is home where You are?
Or, is home and other word for longing?

IF You don't have a home, can You still be homesick? ;-)

r-yo said...

totomai: at least ikaw mayaman na. pwede ka na maghabol ng happiness. hhehe

r-yo said...

turismoboi: na intriga din ako kaya binasa ko.

r-yo said...

fai: coming... sana nga lang soon! :-)

r-yo said...

jasper: maulan kasi, kaya masarap mag reflect.. heheh

r-yo said...

anna-lys: home is far away from where i am now.

the donG said...

that's true. because if that is true, then the richest person in the world is supposed to be the happiest. but they are not.

nice post.

deo said...

all i can see is that, the people with less wealth is the happiest one... nice post though...

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Rico said...

Having to take care and worry about one's resources is very stressful. Buti na lang medyo scarce kami dito, hehe

ALiNe said...

sabi ko na nga ba e. kaya di ako yumayaman ...lol