MLA Practice

Happiness can only be achieved by the person themselves. It’s not something that can be bought or found, it’s something that takes time and, “happiness comes from within.” Everyone has their own opinion of what happiness means to them. While some people believe, “becoming rich and well recognized,” is the key to true happiness, “others grade their children as their source of happiness.”

In order for one to really have a full and happy life they must look past the idea that, “happiness can be afforded because of wealth.” If anything this idea can destroy a persons perception of life. Someone can have all the money in the world, but without love and companionship, there is nothing, but emptiness and saddness. The key to, “true happiness comes from satisfaction with your life.”

Arthur, Michelle. Money Can’t Buy Happiness. Irving: Northlake College, 2010. Print.

Okuqo, Victoria. Fulfillment. Irving: Northlake College, 2010. Print.

Reed, Leslie. Happiness and the Pursuit of It. Irving: Northlake College, 2010. Print.

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