Why Will Smith Regrets Pushing Willow Into Show Business as a Kid

“Nobody in my family was happy,” Will admitted. “No one wanted to be in a platoon. Willow was the first one to begin the mutiny and it was my first realization that success and money don’t mean happiness. Up until that point, I really believed that you could succeed your way—to a house and a family—and you could win your way to happiness.”

Jaden and Willow’s displeasure made the Men in Black star realize something very important: “Material circumstances do not equal happiness and, in a lot of cases, they can be the reason you’re not happy.”

“You can have so much stuff that it makes you miserable,” Will continued. “That was my first pull-back and I was like, ‘OK, what am I missing?'”

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