Does your happiness increase with the amount of money you earn?
No not at all. I think a lot of people feel if they just have more money suddenly all their problems will go away and they'll be happy. There are a lot of monetarily wealthy people who are very miserable. On the other hand there are "poor" people who recognize many blessings and abundance in their lives. Recognizing ones blessings and honoring them are what bring true prosperity and joy to life - not money.
Up to a point. If that were the case, many millionaires would always be overjoyed instead of some of them attempting suicide or going to drugs.
No. Weirdly, my happiness seems to increase the lower my income sinks. Of course, there's a threshold below which life gets really difficult if I can't cover the basics, but beyond that, I find that the kinds of jobs (at least around here) that pay well also tend to drive people crazy or keep them at work nearly 24/7.
Maybe it's better in other parts of the country, but here I 'd rather work for myself.
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