10 Lines Short Stories With Moral : 29. Money can't buy happiness
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Once upon a time, there was a wealthy man named John. He had everything he could ever want - a big house, fancy cars, and expensive clothes. However, John was not happy. He felt like something was missing in his life. One day, John met a poor man named Mike. Despite Mike's lack of money, he seemed to be very happy and content with his life. John was curious and asked Mike how he could be so happy without any money. Mike said to John that happiness originates from within and that it cannot be purchased with money. He mentioned that he had learned to value the uncomplicated things in life, such as spending time with family and friends, having a satisfying meal, or going for a walk in the outdoors. John realized that Mike was right. He had been focusing too much on material possessions and had forgotten about the things that truly mattered. From that day on, John started to change his ways. He spent more time with his loved ones. He also volunteered at a local charity and enjoyed the simple pleasures of life. In John's experience, he discovered that simple things could bring happiness, while money couldn't buy it.
What was missing from John's life?
Who did John meet that made him question his lifestyle?
What did Mike say was the source of happiness?
What did John start doing after meeting Mike?
What did John discover about happiness?