QUOTE (GentleWind @ Jul 16 2011, 05:44 PM)
Dreams? Hehehehe. Sorry, I have awakened. What I need now is money girl. That's what I will be working on.
Hmmm, can money buy happiness?
This is interesting (and important) topic! I found an interesting article about the correlation between income and happiness in different countries:
Asians tend to be somewhat less happy than their income would suggest, and Scandinavians a little more so. Hong Kong and Denmark, for instance, have similar income per person, at purchasing-power parity; but Hong Kong’s average life satisfaction is 5.5 on a 10-point scale, and Denmark’s is 8. Latin Americans are cheerful, the ex-Soviet Union spectacularly miserable, and the saddest place in the world, relative to its income per person, is Bulgaria.The Economist
Actually, the results about Bulgaria are incorrect! We are not the saddest people in the world (we are not sad at all), but we just love to complain - its part of our culture (I think, this misled the american scholars). But what about you guys?