The money contributes to our happiness because it comes from a human being who help.
Over coffee grounds will comment on why the money could bring happiness.
If money get food, shelter, housing, health and entertainment, we think that when these inputs are absent hardly count with minimum welfare imagine in a state of happiness.
Therefore, money is useful to avoid the discomfort they cause unsatisfied needs and wants.
Leisure usually a phenomenon that requires its limits. A little is nice and even necessary, but if it was excessive and start to bother therefore, to remove the potential for us to be happy.
To have money no choice to work, move, think, move, stressed, risk, ie, to have money we have to deprive ourselves of leisure and boredom that often results when this is excessive.
Therefore, we have to have money to do things that will save us the tedium directly. The right job, imperative to get money, saves us from excessive leisure and boredom mortifying.
I must confess that my favorite argument that underlies why the money could bring happiness, is as follows:
Who has money did something that another human being needed or wanted so much that he was willing to pay for it.
Because I'm selfish, and I do not regret it, someone can do something worthwhile for the care of plants, the inert nature or nonhuman animals, but none of these beneficiaries have money.
Money is a commodity 100% human, and has only generated value between specimens of our species. No other living being knows what these bills.
Therefore, the money contributes to our happiness because it comes from a human being needed to us.
Note: Original in Spanish (without translation by Google): El dinero podría darnos felicidad.
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