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Who all thinks that a luxurious life means no troubles in life ?

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    Arshi Chhabraposted 13 months ago

    Who all thinks that a luxurious life means no troubles in life ?

  2. Carolyn M Fields profile image92
    Carolyn M Fieldsposted 13 months ago

    A life with no obstacles or difficulties is a very bland life, indeed. That's not to say we should seek tragedy, just that in every life, some rain must fall. It's all about attitude, and how you ride out the storm. Don't know if that's what you were looking for or not.

    1. Dianemae profile image75
      Dianemaeposted 13 months agoin reply to this

      I don't! I think the more you have the more you want and have no idea what to do with it.  The simplest things in life make me the happiest. No obstacles leads to no challenges and boredom.

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      Arshi Chhabraposted 13 months agoin reply to this

      Thankyou for your opinion

  3. dashingscorpio profile image87
    dashingscorpioposted 13 months ago


    Everyone experiences troubles, disappointments, loss, and pain regardless of their station in life. Being wealthy just removes one of the major obstacles which keeps many from enjoying  life.
    Poverty sucks! It tends to magnify our troubles.
    Even when one does have troubles it's great to be in a position to hire (the best) doctors, lawyers, or specialists to aid you.
    Just being in a position to jet off to a tropical island to recharge one's batteries and gain a new perspective is a wonderful thing.
    Oftentimes poor people invest too much time looking for an "upside" to being broke instead of ways to escape poverty.

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      Arshi Chhabraposted 13 months agoin reply to this

      thankyou for your opinion ☺️

  4. Happylovejoy profile image99
    Happylovejoyposted 12 months ago

    I think money can solve a lot of problems in life, but not all..for example, someone who is very rich cannot buy real friends (they may have 'fake' friends who just want to be around them because of the money). Instead of pursuing wealth to find fulfillment, focus on the pursuit of meaningful experiences, and friends and family who genuinely care about you. These are the things that matter at the end of the day. Also, be smart about your finances (don't spend more than you earn, save and invest) so you don't get into any financial trouble.

    1. dashingscorpio profile image87
      dashingscorpioposted 12 months agoin reply to this

      Even poor people have been known to have "fake friends".
      Disloyal backstabbing manipulators don't just target the rich. Some of these people are also one's own family members!