There is a notion that happiness is directly proportional to the amount of money in the bank account. Whenever we visit a supermarket and come across a thing that has some exciting offer valid over it, we are straight away attracted towards buying it. Why? Well, because it is giving us more than what it is charging for. But best things in life are always for free. It truly applies to each and every one of us. There are certain things in life that currency has no value. More than the material things we have something which is valued is a priceless asset. Money is important, yes, it is. It can buy you luxury and who doesn’t like luxurious things. But there are certain things that money can’t buy. Therefore, let us have a look at the 4 things money cannot buy.
We all need someone to care about us. Can money buy someone to truly care for you? Well, we can hire a caretaker. But, will the caretaker work or care for you more than what he is paid? Will you get that feeling of attachment and belongingness? No, the motherly care can never come from that person. Hence, money cannot but personal care and touch.
Being respected among fellow humans evokes a feeling of positivity and a sense of confidence. In every domain of their life everyone wants to be respected. Respect for family, respect at workplace or respect among society, it sure is an important thing that one wishes to achieve. One can gain this respect by working hard and being a noble person but we just cannot buy it with money.
3. Good Friends
Friends are the indispensable part of one’s life. When no one stays, a friend does. We can top in a friend’s list by buying expensive materialistic things but that one won’t be always there for us. A genuine friendship doesn’t come with any price tag.
Money can’t buy passion. It can buy things, resources but it can’t buy passion over something/someone. Passion is what most people lack in their life, towards what they do. Most people live a dreaded life. And eventually, they end up doing what they don’t like, for what they didn’t really want in the first place.