Outline

OUTLINE 1

-Introduction to the topic money can buy a happy life but not ameaningful life.

-Introduction of the thesis of statement some people believe thatthe wealthy live a meaningful life because they have access to money.The determination of factors that contribute to a meaningful life canhelp in assessing whether money makes life meaningful

-A brief discussion of the statement that money can help anindividual to lead a happy life. Therefore, it can only lead to ahappy life without struggles d to meet ones’ demands. However, itis not a necessity to make life meaningful.

-The happiness of life depends on individuals’ ability to purchasethe items of their choice

-In searching for happiness, people buy expensive cars, houses andpay for expensive holidays. Such costly items and services giveindividuals a sense of happiness.

-A discussion of a meaningful life it depends on an individuals’past, present and the future,

-A juxtaposition of a happy and meaningful life as opposed tohappiness that can result from an instant achievement, a meaningfullife depends on the goals that an individual attains throughout theirlife.

-Meaningful life draws it premise on the impact that an individualmakes on nature, certain populations or the entire human race. Itcontrasts with a happy life that is usually egocentric andindividualistic.

-Poverty is not a limit to a meaningful life. Although poor peoplecannot live a posh life by buying expensive items to make them happy,they can make important impacts on nature and other people. Theywould, therefore, qualify to claim that they have lived a meaningfullife.

-A review of the thoughts of different philosophers and scientistsaffirms the thesis statement that money is not necessary for anindividual to lead a meaningful life.