ID Lecturer Money cant buy happiness I strongly believe in the saying that money can’t buy happiness.This is because for a person to be truly happy, the feeling has to come from within. This implies that it is an internal emotion which depends a fair deal on how a person perceives his surroundings and what he makes out of it. For an individual who has children, his happiness would comprise of how his kids smile around him and how they showcase merry moments in their own smart ways. For a woman who seeks happiness through her family’s love and attachment, money simply holds no significance. For a businessman who derives his satisfaction by spending time with his family after a busy day’s work, this is something that cannot be bought with money. Money is merely a quantitative entity which cannot be defined in terms of happiness and sentiments. For money to play a bigger role this has to be amplified in magnanimous proportions and even then it will fall short of the expected levels. Even after immense research and personal examples, money always lags behind providing happiness within the relevant frameworks of human beings, in the past as well as in current times. Hence it has been proven time and again that money can’t buy the moments which provide glee, satisfaction and immense achievement. These can only be had when there is a dire effort to bring happiness through endeavors which ensure that it stays for a long period of time. This indeed is a given for every human being in this world.