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杭州雅思寒假班_雅思大作文范文
发布时间:2011/11/28  浏览次数:812  来源:本站
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People in developing countries are happier than before while people in developed countries are no happier than they used to be.  Why? What lesson can you learn from it?
 
模糊回忆2011年11月26日大作文试题,也许与真题原文稍有出入。谢振礼老师急性子来不及证实 IELTS Writing Task 2 就紧急海外投稿。
 
话题好像是问为什么在已开发的富国人民不如以前快乐,而相对的,在开发中的人民却是比以前快乐?又问从这种情形学得什么教训?
 
 
2011年11月26日雅思大作文范文
IELTS Essay: 谢振礼老师投稿
 
Financially speaking, people are supposed to be happier when their incomes exceed expenses, but the reverse seems to be happening to many people in some developed countries.  In comparison, people in some developing countries with a much lower measure of per capita income appear to be happier in what they are actually able to buy within their earnings.  The message seems clear enough: higher living standards do not necessarily add to happiness but excessive spending can certainly undermine it.
 
It is hard to tell what does bring happiness when wealth may ironically fail as much as poverty.  In countries full of comforts and luxuries, there are chances that people are beginning to count their troubles in the presence of rising living costs.  This is very unlike people in developing countries who make positive sense of life by counting blessings and joys.  Even in rich countries, life may become more stressful and less enjoyable under the pressure of increasingly higher living standards from time to time.  What is worse, job security is already a major concern particularly among less skilled employees who are nervous about impending layoffs.  Besides, the reality of financial crisis is spreading from one developed country to another, further complicating the difficult situation and fueling the anger of many less happy people.
 
People in most developing countries have reasons to feel happier than before, probably because they live their lives forward.  Being relatively poor, they are happier in knowing who they really are, then doing what they need to do in order to have what they want.  To them happiness is more like a direction for motivation than a place for leisure.  Also, they are more capable of recognizing and appreciating what they do have.  In short, they feel happier exactly because they do not expect too much happiness.  This mentality is different from people in developing countries who have large incomes but also large expenses, often resulting in negative balance sheets.
 
In sum, the only way to avoid being unhappy in life, whether referring to a developed country or a developing country, is to have happy thoughts about living within their means and having something to hope for.  Per capita income can no longer be the only measure for economic happiness, judging from the fact that people in developed countries are not as happy as they used to be. Without any doubt, the lesson about being happy is for an individual as well as for a country to perform a balancing act between incomes and expenses.

 
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