Analysis Of Mcmahon's Article By W. Mcmahon

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In contrast to these beliefs, in McMahon’s article people begin to argue that the problem was not the search for happiness, but that we are not directing our priorities. To explain, the people, as stated by Mill, feel that there is “too much concentration on gross national product and there should be more focus on gross national happiness”. McMahon made a suggestion in regards to Mill; it was to put in time with a charity, spend time with family, or a walk in the park. McMahon followed that by saying “If you’re lucky, you’ll find happiness; if not, your time won’t be wasted. You might even bring some joy to the world.” To clarify, McMahon is emphasizing the overall idea that happiness is not simply found; it is achieved only when exploring
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