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Living in America Living in America offers its citizens more unlimited opportunities than any other country or culture in the world In most other countries your destiny is decided by the social status of the family you are born into That status becomes your place in life In America opportunity is endless but there is a price to pay for it In America happiness has many definitions If I were to talk to immigrants about living in America I would tell them that freedom means a lot to us and gives us the chance to do and have things most other people could only dream about If we are born poor we dont have to stay that way We can improve our lives just by our desire and ambitions to get ahead We can find happiness in being able to do what we want and what we like to do In America everyone is suppose to be treated as equals That is something that our country boasts about but in reality there are several levels of how people are treated Unfortunately our social status and even our ethnic background can play a big part on how we are treated We dont have to accept being treated unfairly we have the right to speak out and seek the same equality that everyone else expects The short cut to this is to get to that higher level of social status which usually happens with the acquisition of a lot of money Therefore we work hard to get that money or we find shortcuts to the system by illegal practices In America happiness usually ties into having money hence the saying Money buys happiness Americans get too caught up in this They figure the more the have the happier they will be and they get too caught up in this They tend to lose the idea that the true sense of happiness comes from
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