According to a study by the European Union, Europe has the highest quality of life (54.8% higher GDP per capita) of any region in the world. In fact, according to statistics, that happiness ratio is the highest in the world. Now, how did our nation become so unbelievably wealthy? The answer lies in the number of people who are living long enough to have children. For this reason, our country is the #1 country in the world for child rearing.
In addition to having the greatest quality of life in the world, Europe also is second to none regarding the educational attainment ratio. According to The Wall Street Journal, almost 99.9 percent of all educated people in the European Union, live in some form of poverty. The European Union was established at the request of the European Union and the United Kingdom in 1949 during a time of increasing nationalistic fervor.
When we think about living long enough to have a family, we inevitably think about having a partner who will look after us in our old age: It’s not a romantic notion to think about you giving care to your loved ones so that we can continue to live an active life.
The truth is that for most of our lives, when we die and leave behind our loved ones and our career, our world is gone. Yet we may not find it all quite so bad. When my wife and I retired after 34 years in the corporate world and were not able to fully enjoy our retirement, we were in danger of losing our memories. When we visited family in New York City and stayed overnight at a high income, comfortable hotel I knew we were in good hands.
How Does Life Work? Old blog: All systems in the world crash/go haywire from time to time- one thing to another. It is how bad the crashing / haywire is that should be considered. Just because a financial system crashes does not mean that a person will be left homeless or that everyone gets food poisoning. New blog: I read through all your blogs and noticed your interest and passion for life.
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