A few days ago I wrote an article about how to make money online because we all want to be rich and have anything we want, but today I was thinking about an experience I had last year and I would like to share it with you.

Not a long ago I was babysitting (you know.. cause we all want more money) in a family in the US and I met a 9 year old kid that taught me that money does NOT make one happy.
He doesn’t know he did it, but he definitely did.

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He had everything he wanted, or that’s what I thought.
He lived in a house that looked like a mansion, had all the toys in the world, a huge room with a walk-in closet and a stay at home mom, but he was still complaining he wanted a king size bed instead of a queen.

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I couldn’t deal with it. This kid was complaining for something that I wish I had right now as an “adult”. A walk-in closet.

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When I was putting him to bed he asked if I had siblings and I told him that I have two sisters,both a little younger than me. Then he asked what size my bed was. I answered that when I was his age my bed was a twin size and had to share my room with my two sisters. Oh and that the room was less than half his own. He looked kind of sad so I also said that it was fun because we used to talk and play before bed.

I thought he was feeling bad for me because my room was small until he told me that he wishes he had siblings to play with. So he made me feel bad.

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I do not have the key to happiness but I know that in my case money it's not it.

We all want what we don't have.

Sorry if it was too long, I was actually writing something different and funny but this came to my mind and I had to take it out of my sistem.


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