Posted by: Matthias Paul Kuhlmey
As featured on HuffingtonPost.com
It is again the time of the year when well-wishes for “happiness and prosperity” are splattered all over the place. With dedicated intent, or none at all, millions of these greetings are being sent. On the receiving end, we may not even recognize the complexity of the matter: happiness, already, is a tricky subject, let alone happiness and prosperity. For starters, instinct and popular wisdom tell us that money cannot buy happiness, and that happy people do not necessarily need money (or a lot of it) to optimize their state of content; although this is a somewhat logical conclusion, the whole topic is a bit more complicated.
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