Let me start with a hypothetical question. You know those "would you push the button" questions? If you don't, it's a site with a series of hypothetical questions basically asking "If you push this button, you get this benefit, but it comes at this cost, would you push it?"
I ask you this one.
"You will have great wealth and never have to work another day in your life."
"You will suffer from incurable clinical depression. Ie: An inability to feel joy or happiness"
Would you push the button?
Now, I'm hoping most of you have the good sense to answer no. After all, what's the point of wealth if you can't actually enjoy it right?
Why do I ask this? Well, the pursuit of happiness is listed as one of our rights. Why? We pursue a lot of things so why is happiness singled out? What makes happiness unique is it's the only thing we pursue that isn't a means to an end. Everything we do is ultimately for the sake of happiness when you break