What’s luck to you?

I was surprised at the clear consensus when I asked my readers about satisfaction [in the article Budapest: rich & poor]. Read the answers below.
Kitty's den
title=”Kitty’s den” by H2@Japan, the photographer is living in Tokyo and uploads fantastic documents of urban street cats; the shot was kindly sent to my group BLOG IT!, click on the picture to enter H2@Japan’s galleries on Flickr.com

comments (till now):

  1. When I was younger I wanted more now that I know what trouble it is to take care of “stuff” I would be way more comfortable if I had less…

  2. More smiles from people around and peace of mind… :-)

  3. Family, friends and a couple of books!

  4. Here, here Marina! Peace of mind!

  5. I have been around some of the richest people in the world and I have not only been poor and homeless but enjoyed the hospitality of very dear people who live on very little in under-developed countries. The people with little were more generous and I believe they were happier. Who needs gold and glitter when you have friends that make you smile

  6. Knowing that I am loved is enough for me.

  7. I agree with Marina. Peace of mind and more kindness towards each other. It’s time!

  8. Books provide a sense of comfort. Music. Trees. Poetry. Sunset. Sea. Laughter. :)

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