"If I have more money, it will bring happiness." From where did this belief come?
Seventy percent of crimes are commited for money. Why this insanity?
It is not a belief it is a misconception...
Money does not bring nor can it but happiness, it just makes being miserable a lot more comfortable.
As the wise man once said, " I have been Poor and I have been Rich... Rich is better !"
Plus do not confuse Crime, which is motivated by Greed, with the search for happiness !
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