Updated: Mar 17
Rev. Rick Hoyt-McDaniels, preaching
After a certain baseline has been satisfied, we know that increasing wealth does not increase happiness. Anthropologists contend that human beings were probably happiest twenty thousand years ago before farming tied us to property, and work, and fretting about the future. OK, but if few of us would choose to be hunter-gatherers, then maybe it isn't happiness that we're actually looking for?