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Do you have to suffer before you can obtain the good life Is the good life really what is seems to be Is human well-being really life liberty and the pursuit of happiness Can there be an alternative Is there more than one meaning to the good life Can anyone have their own interpretation of it We as normal functioning humans believe that we have control over our live which means we have control over our happiness To some degree we do We chose our partners in life our career paths and our education In our path to enlightenment or happiness we must suffer a least a little because nothing comes easy Our suffering and hard work makes us extremely grateful for the things that we will fulfill in our lifetimes The good life correlates with education financial stability happiness and suffering Many believe that human well-being correlates with education financial stability happiness and suffering This is because a prevalent amount of people believe that one or more of these ideas are the key to the good life As C Morley would say There are three ingredients in the good life learning earning and yearning In which means you have to obtain an education not just meaning education as in just going to school make a good living with and without money and you also have to yearning for things because without this idea you would not be able to earn anything Although many things correlate with the good life if you lack or are being deprived of one or more of these ideas your view of the good life will change For example when people are poor they believe that money will solve all their problems which changes their opinion on human well-being Anybody who thinks money will
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