How is happiness perceived in Mexico?
What do you see as “the American dream,” and how is it associated to happiness and freedom? What are some places in the world where the definition of happiness and/or freedom might be different?
How is freedom is defined in Mexico. What are examples of freedom and happiness there soecifically?
- pansyblueLv 68 years agoFavorite Answer
Happiness in Mexico would be a way to make enough money to eat. Freedom isn't something that most think about in Mexico. They mostly think about being able to eat and feed their family. When you are very poor it comes down to basics. Can you buy or grow or steal enough food?
Someone there finished a college education and got a teaching job. They taught for one semester, then were told, 'you can keep teaching if you want to. But we can't pay you any more salary.'
I want the border closed. But ppl who are angry at illegal immigrants are nuts. If you lived there you'd be hot footin it north as fast as you could.
- Phil TrumLv 68 years ago
Since millions of Mexicans have entered the U.S. illegally I would have to say that happiness and freedom as defined by the masses is finding a relatively trustworthy and cheap mule that knows a good route across the border.
- PaulLv 78 years ago
Happiness in Mexico is having a good education and connections with a good job
also marrying someone who is not a parasite helps
freedom is just another word for nothing else to do