The pursuit of happiness what does it really mean and where does it come from
In the 17th century a writer named John Locke wrote about life, liberty and property. In 1776 this was used in the Declaration of Independence but they changed property to "pursuit of happiness."
So according to the Constitution of the United states, accumulating stuff, or property, is what we deem "pursuit of happiness"
It is Pursuit with it because it is not guaranteed.
That is the American dream isn't it?
Watch this YouTube video to find out where all these words came from and more how about why you should be true and wife frugalism is not really cheap
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