Money can't buy happiness.
Money can buy sense gratification, but not actual happiness or satisfaction.
In reality, the glossy picture of the "happy rich person" that most people hold in their minds is simply an illusion. Money can buy sense gratification, but not actual happiness or satisfaction.
Since time immemorial, wise men have described our wonderful nature: spiritual, primeval, ever-existing, undying, unchangeable, imperishable.
It is a fact that no matter how much sense gratification a person gets, he will never be satisfied.
In reality, the glossy picture of the “happy rich person” that most people hold in their minds is simply an illusion.
Sense gratification comes and goes as a natural occurrence of the senses. For example, one cannot eat without tasting.
When Marilyn Monroe "died", when the life force left the material body, the body was no longer attractive. All that was left was a lump of unattractive matter that was thrown in the dirt.
"There's a saying: 'Misery likes company.' So-called religious fanatics are so miserable that they want to create as much havoc in society as possible. They want others to join them in their misery."
Unfortunately, a person who is materialistic, greedy, and self-worshiping wants to take the place of God. He sees himself as the center of the universe.
It is natural for us to want to be happy, satisfied, and free. But due to ignorance of our true identity, our natural longing becomes misdirected and leads to further bondage and unhappiness.