Correlation Between Higher Income and Depression?

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Income Curse of Mankind 

 German scientists recently published interesting data: in the last 50 years, the Germans began to live an average of 400% richer and the number of poor people suffering from depression, increased by 38%. Henry Ford became one of the richest men in the world, thanks to the Reformation vehicle. His success inspired many talented entrepreneurs to build great brands: Cadillac, Chevrolet, Buick, Dodge. New cars flooded America. After a while came a time when car sales plummeted. The market is saturated. And if this is true, why would anyone need a new car, since the eisting one is working properly? Why spend the money? 

Faced with this potential problem, marketing geniuses came up with a clever new solution: they began to inspire in the owners of old cars a sense of inferiority. Car manufacturers began to produce every year more and more new models. Their success inspired other business sectors: clothing, cosmetics, shoes, and other personal items that we all enjoy today. 

The German study note that you can often see how contemptuously stupid, dressed in fashionable clothes teens looking at a child who can not afford such a luxury. Yet, two times per year clothing manufacturers release new collections. Experts, designers endlessly repeat to us: "this season will be fashionable success." Why is this done? This bag of tricks designed to increase sales. People who bought the exact same clothes, but in red last year will feel uncomfortable. 

Transnational corporations manipulate simple-conscious consumer, constantly releasing new devices, clothes, etc. They spend on advertising per year $ 500 billion. This money is enough to make mankind unhappy.

 To solve the problem of hunger in the world in the year you need to spend only $ 50 billion. The main trouble lies not in the fact that we always have to throw away good things, because they are out of fashion. The tragedy of humanity - unjustified expectations. Having bought a new car, a man rejoices in a very short time. If the next day his friends will get the car cooler than him - this joy is limited to just one day. Many of us are more eager for new fashionable things and, without noticing, become unhappy. Rat Race turned life into a continuous hell, in absolute nonsense.


Interesting study!!!

Paddy Deighan J.D. PhD


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