Quote 1: "'Hurrah! There's such a goose, Martha!' 'Why bless your heart alive my dear, how late you are!' said Mrs. Cratchit kissing her a dozen times.
Quote 2: "their shoes were far from being waterproof, their clothes were scanty;... But they were happy, grateful, pleased with one another, and contented with the time"
Theme: Money can't buy hapiness
Quote 3: "'Your own feeling tells you that you were not what you are,' she returned. 'I am. That which promised happiness when we were one in heart is fraught with misery now that we are two."
This quote shows that money can't buy happiness, because the Cratchits can't even afford an actual turkey for Christmas, and have a small goose instead. The Cratchits make due with what they have, and still enjoy their time, holding the Christmas Spirit.
Quote 4: "What then? The happiness he gives is quite as great as if it cost a fortune."
The theme "Money can't buy happiness" is shown in this quote, because the Cratchit's don't live in a luxury life, as a matter of fact, they live the opposite. Even though they don't have lots of money, they are still content with their lives and live a happy one.
Belle and Scrooge were engaged, but Belle broke it off because Scrooge picked money over her and she didn't like that. This quote shows that money can't buy happiness, because even though Scrooge became wealthy, he never became happy. If he stuck with love, he would have became happier.
This quote proves you don't need money to be happy, because Fezziwig had the power to make others feel happy without money. Fezziwig symbolizes everything that Scrooge is not.