Group | Are poor people happier and why? Lets talk about it Kawan's
  • Public Group
  • Are the poorest people happier than the richest countries and communities?

    Why that? Often when we travel to the so-called "poor" countries, we often hear this saying: "-Look how poor they are and yet they seem happy...!"

    One fact is that the poorest depend more on others to get by. They really prioritize relationships because of their reduced resources, and so they are more likely to really focus on emotions that bind them to one another and find satisfaction and delight in relationships through compassion and love. As income increases, as you rise in the rankings of household income, your tendencies -- or daily experiences -- of pride, amusement, contentment go up, and your experience of compassion and love and awe go down.

    All of you can participate in this group and share your own opinion The simple fact of being part of this group and already for us great help. So do not hesitate to share and talk about it around you.

    Kawan Alex, from Kawan Baik Indonesia

Group | Are poor people happier and why? Lets talk about it Kawan's
  • Public Group
  • Are the poorest people happier than the richest countries and communities?

    Why that? Often when we travel to the so-called "poor" countries, we often hear this saying: "-Look how poor they are and yet they seem happy...!"

    One fact is that the poorest depend more on others to get by. They really prioritize relationships because of their reduced resources, and so they are more likely to really focus on emotions that bind them to one another and find satisfaction and delight in relationships through compassion and love. As income increases, as you rise in the rankings of household income, your tendencies -- or daily experiences -- of pride, amusement, contentment go up, and your experience of compassion and love and awe go down.

    All of you can participate in this group and share your own opinion The simple fact of being part of this group and already for us great help. So do not hesitate to share and talk about it around you.

    Kawan Alex, from Kawan Baik Indonesia

Group | Are poor people happier and why? Lets talk about it Kawan's
  • Public Group
  • Are the poorest people happier than the richest countries and communities?

    Why that? Often when we travel to the so-called "poor" countries, we often hear this saying: "-Look how poor they are and yet they seem happy...!"

    One fact is that the poorest depend more on others to get by. They really prioritize relationships because of their reduced resources, and so they are more likely to really focus on emotions that bind them to one another and find satisfaction and delight in relationships through compassion and love. As income increases, as you rise in the rankings of household income, your tendencies -- or daily experiences -- of pride, amusement, contentment go up, and your experience of compassion and love and awe go down.

    All of you can participate in this group and share your own opinion The simple fact of being part of this group and already for us great help. So do not hesitate to share and talk about it around you.

    Kawan Alex, from Kawan Baik Indonesia

Group | Are poor people happier and why? Lets talk about it Kawan's
  • Public Group
  • Are the poorest people happier than the richest countries and communities?

    Why that? Often when we travel to the so-called "poor" countries, we often hear this saying: "-Look how poor they are and yet they seem happy...!"

    One fact is that the poorest depend more on others to get by. They really prioritize relationships because of their reduced resources, and so they are more likely to really focus on emotions that bind them to one another and find satisfaction and delight in relationships through compassion and love. As income increases, as you rise in the rankings of household income, your tendencies -- or daily experiences -- of pride, amusement, contentment go up, and your experience of compassion and love and awe go down.

    All of you can participate in this group and share your own opinion The simple fact of being part of this group and already for us great help. So do not hesitate to share and talk about it around you.

    Kawan Alex, from Kawan Baik Indonesia

Group | Are poor people happier and why? Lets talk about it Kawan's
  • Public Group
  • Are the poorest people happier than the richest countries and communities?

    Why that? Often when we travel to the so-called "poor" countries, we often hear this saying: "-Look how poor they are and yet they seem happy...!"

    One fact is that the poorest depend more on others to get by. They really prioritize relationships because of their reduced resources, and so they are more likely to really focus on emotions that bind them to one another and find satisfaction and delight in relationships through compassion and love. As income increases, as you rise in the rankings of household income, your tendencies -- or daily experiences -- of pride, amusement, contentment go up, and your experience of compassion and love and awe go down.

    All of you can participate in this group and share your own opinion The simple fact of being part of this group and already for us great help. So do not hesitate to share and talk about it around you.

    Kawan Alex, from Kawan Baik Indonesia

Group | Are poor people happier and why? Lets talk about it Kawan's
  • Public Group
  • Are the poorest people happier than the richest countries and communities?

    Why that? Often when we travel to the so-called "poor" countries, we often hear this saying: "-Look how poor they are and yet they seem happy...!"

    One fact is that the poorest depend more on others to get by. They really prioritize relationships because of their reduced resources, and so they are more likely to really focus on emotions that bind them to one another and find satisfaction and delight in relationships through compassion and love. As income increases, as you rise in the rankings of household income, your tendencies -- or daily experiences -- of pride, amusement, contentment go up, and your experience of compassion and love and awe go down.

    All of you can participate in this group and share your own opinion The simple fact of being part of this group and already for us great help. So do not hesitate to share and talk about it around you.

    Kawan Alex, from Kawan Baik Indonesia

Group | Are poor people happier and why? Lets talk about it Kawan's
  • Public Group
  • Are the poorest people happier than the richest countries and communities?

    Why that? Often when we travel to the so-called "poor" countries, we often hear this saying: "-Look how poor they are and yet they seem happy...!"

    One fact is that the poorest depend more on others to get by. They really prioritize relationships because of their reduced resources, and so they are more likely to really focus on emotions that bind them to one another and find satisfaction and delight in relationships through compassion and love. As income increases, as you rise in the rankings of household income, your tendencies -- or daily experiences -- of pride, amusement, contentment go up, and your experience of compassion and love and awe go down.

    All of you can participate in this group and share your own opinion The simple fact of being part of this group and already for us great help. So do not hesitate to share and talk about it around you.

    Kawan Alex, from Kawan Baik Indonesia

Group | Are poor people happier and why? Lets talk about it Kawan's
  • Public Group
  • Are the poorest people happier than the richest countries and communities?

    Why that? Often when we travel to the so-called "poor" countries, we often hear this saying: "-Look how poor they are and yet they seem happy...!"

    One fact is that the poorest depend more on others to get by. They really prioritize relationships because of their reduced resources, and so they are more likely to really focus on emotions that bind them to one another and find satisfaction and delight in relationships through compassion and love. As income increases, as you rise in the rankings of household income, your tendencies -- or daily experiences -- of pride, amusement, contentment go up, and your experience of compassion and love and awe go down.

    All of you can participate in this group and share your own opinion The simple fact of being part of this group and already for us great help. So do not hesitate to share and talk about it around you.

    Kawan Alex, from Kawan Baik Indonesia

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