Are the rich really the happiest people alive....if not...who are
The rich are not the happiest people in the world because, the more richer you become the bigger your problems and worries. While the poor will have less things to take care of and worry less. And be more happier than the rich.
I do not think that money alone makes you happy. Yes sure it helps but most of the time the richest people are quite unhappy.
From my point of view the happiest people are those who have a fulfilled life, which means that they work hard to reach their personal goals. For instance: Travelling the World, Starting a family or achieving something great.
The happiest ones alive are the ones that are content with what they have regardless of how much or how little they have.
I would say the happiest people alive are very wealthy people who give all their money away to set up foundations to help others better themselves.
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