Op-Ed Columnist – The Sandra Bullock Trade – NYTimes.com
“…just as the old sages predicted, worldly success has shallow roots while interpersonal bonds permeate through and through.”
“The daily activity most injurious to happiness is commuting.” Streetblogs.net response.
“Most schools and colleges spend too much time preparing students for careers and not enough preparing them to make social decisions.”
“Most governments release a ton of data on economic trends but not enough on trust and other social conditions.” Related: G.D.P. ain’t everything in France | Pursuing happiness is a new idea | G.N.H. | Bhutan is hip to it | Bhutan is still hip to it
My only question is what do people who are filthy rich say about money and happiness? Wouldn’t one’s income affect his or her evaluation of this concept?