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In the End Happiness Will Win We work to become not to acquire is a quote that holds very true There are many people who might disagree with this but their lives will never be as complete and fulfilling as they could be Reasons people might feel they should work include money possessions and power All of these acquired things will get a person nothing deep down in the end Take a medical doctor for example There are two kinds of doctors One kind of doctor spends years as a student working very hard to become someone that can help people that he genuinely cares about and devotes his time to And then theres the doctor who went to medical school because it was the highest paying career he could think of This doctor cant wait to get out of school not because he wants to jump in and start helping people but because he wants the money that he worked so hard to acquire He gets up every morning miserable because he has to spend another long day pretending to be genuine and pretending he cares What happens when hes so worried about getting out of the office for a break that he doesnt take his time and misdiagnoses a serious problem Should the patient have to suffer because the doctor wants his money There are no guarantees and all to often people are in the field for all the wrong reasons Maybe someday hell realize that all the money g ot him nothing S Roberts Another example of someone working to acquire would be the business person who works sixty hours or more a week to provide for his spouse and children at home He might think hes doing the right thing working all these hours to make sure his family has everything they could every ask for be it a new scooter for his son or that pop-up
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