Goldie Hawn has plenty of what presumably would make a person happy: gorgeous looks, money, a gorgeous beau, successful (and gorgeous) children, and an Oscar to boot.
But Hawn is quick to remind us that there are a lot of rich, gorgeous people who are not terribly happy.
"It's always a misconception because life is complex and people's worlds are challenging, personally and professionally," Hawn says. "So to think that because someone has fame, fortune and money that makes them happy, through studies and so forth, we know that's not true.
"So the more we talk about these things, the more it is important to interface with people and say, research shows that people who have enough money to get by — the ones who can pay their bills, their kids go to public school, they can ... put food on the table and pretty much meet their needs — they are about 1 percent less happy than the wealthiest people in the world.
"So family, and connections and belongings and home and religion — belief, I'll call it — all of these things add up to a much happier person than notoriety."
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