Money CAN Buy You Happiness If...
In the English language, life is a singular noun. The plural form is “lives.” Yet, in Hebrew, Chaim means both life (singular) and lives (plural). In fact, Hebrew has no word that simply means “life” in the singular.
That grammatical feature illustrates a deeper truth. Life is best lived in the plural. The amount of happiness we find on the journey of life depends more on our fellow travels than our individual destination.