Poverty, Money, and Happiness

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The nickname for money in Tibetan is Kunga Dhondup.  Roughly translated it means, “that which makes us all happy, and can fulfill our wishes.”  Sounds about right to me. 

It’s true that money doesn’t buy happiness.  But keep in mind something else: poverty doesn’t buy happiness either.  What money does do – is allow you freedom, choices and personal expression, which can make you happier.

Ain’t it great!

– RG

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