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The Psychology of Wealth And Happiness: Lessons From Adam Smith And Ray Dalio

Perspectives on two of life’s most important topics

Photo: Portrait of the political economist and philosopher Adam Smith/Public domain

Poverty causes misery. Wealth isn’t the key to happiness. More money doesn’t equal more happiness. So what exactly makes life worth living?

How happy are those who have more money than others? And how happy are those who…

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