Let's start defining what bliss really is to you. If it's material possessions, having a kick butt marriage or owning a Tesla, you could be setting yourself up for frustration. In the book, The Same Kind of Different As Me, art dealer Ron Hall was a wealthy man with a bank account we all would like and he started to donate time at a homeless shelter and this was where he found true satisfaction. Hall wrote, “Money can't buy no blessings.” Money sure didn't help his marriage, his home life or bless him with peace, it was serving others that helped furnish a lasting joy. Like Hall, you may need to redefine what happiness is. If finding bliss only concerns the external world, a fat bank account or wearing the latest from the runway, you will never discover what you're looking for.