Money is very valuable and plays a really big impact in today’s society but is it more important than a person’s happiness

Money is very valuable and plays a really big impact in today’s society but is it more important than a person’s happiness. Many people have so many opinions on what is important some say that money is the only resource to insure their families happiness and then there are those who believe that having a lot of forturines will not make people enjoy their happiness. The Shadowy Lines That Still Divide,”by Janny Scott and David Leonhardt states that people are bond to social class and titles that today’s society people never considered being happy. I think that money is always going to be an important factor but it shouldn’t be the main solution to happiness there are many other reasons.
The first reason is family which can be a really big motivator in achieving happiness. The most common reason why people strive to make more money and become successful is because of the need to provide for families. One interviewee commented ” I am able to raise my children in a manner so they won’t be picked on or laughed at in school(Scott and leonhardt 1).” When a family member is not able to be a provider a strong emotion of guilt emerges and causes stress to occur. That is where the need to make more money and money, money ,money is all people think about forgetting to true happiness family.
The Second reason is health which is a very important factor to happiness. Many people from the lower class who work and get sick easily still can’t afford medicine and important ingredients for there health. According to Janny Scott and David Leonhardt ” Upper middle class americans live longer and get better faster than the lower class (10)”. Another example is Health insurance which has had a big increase over the years unfortunately it makes it harder for lower class citizen to even get check up by a doctor. Over the years people believed that the harder you work the more success you will receive. Health should be looked after no mater the scare.
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