According to a study, money can buy happiness.
Money buys happiness when used to purchase free time, e.g.
a vacation, certain days off, and having more time to explore oneself and one’s interests.
Removing (even temporarily) or reducing daily time stresses can increase happiness.
Can the money buy happiness?
Yes, Money Can Buy Happiness. A recent study found that spending money can, in fact, increase your happiness — if it’s spent in a way that jibes with your personality. Finding $5 on the sidewalk can put a smile on your face but can it really buy you happiness?
Does money matters in love?
Money is a means of financial and social well-being of a person. With money a lone rich man is a way lot poorer while with less money a person with love around him is way lot rich. The question is whether money matters in love. I’d say yes money is essential in love but not necessary.
What does buying love mean?
Money can’t buy love. Love is “earned” through trust and what you give of yourself.