Tea come from India, but why. It's time for a story, a story of how the Holy Man of Assam and his devotion to prayer changed our beverage drinking habits forever. This is the story of tea in a short video story.
As the saying goes, “Money can’t buy you happiness.” Or can it? Having a sufficient amount of money can certainly lower stress, but having an excess of it will not make you more happy than anyone else. So can money buy you happiness or not? Here are a few thoughts to ponder on the subject. Money Can Buy You a Limited Amount of Happiness Studies have shown that yes, having enough money to meet your needs and those of your family does bring happiness. People living in poverty are generally less happy than those whose needs are met. Being able to pay for your bills and having enough to get by financially will help you succeed in feeling happy. Excess Money Doesn’t Equal Excess Happiness Having more money than you need, however, will not bring you extra happiness. Money and happiness are not proportional. Someone with enough money to buy a large house and several cars will not necessarily have more happiness than another individual with exactly what they need. Money Brings Stresses of Its