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The definition of a happy life

Each person has a different value and this may lead us to answer this question differently. Some people put a value on leading wealthy lives to meet materialistic satisfaction while others pursue and embrace simplicity and small happiness in their lives. The former group of people may say visible factors such as money, luxurious objects, and social status are essential for them to find happiness in their lives. Now, what is important to make your life satisfying? It is natural that the definition of a happy life differs depending on our upbringing and culture, interactions with others. Not all people have the same mottos for their lives and this makes our lifestyle diverse and unique. We should not judge others' happiness from our biased perspective, yet have to be willing to accept and respect their way of thinking.

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The definition of a happy life
Each person Everyone has a different value and this may lead us to answer this question differently values, so what makes someone happy varies from person to person . Some people put a value on leading wealthy lives to meet wealth and materialistic satisfaction while others pursue and embrace simplicity and small happiness appreciate the simple things in their lives life . The former group of people may say visible factors that appearances such as money, luxurious objects luxury items , and social status are essential for them to find happiness in their lives. Now, what What is important to make your life satisfying? It is natural that the definition of a happy life differs depending on our one's upbringing and , culture, and interactions with others. Not all people have the same mottos for their lives Accordingly, everyone has different philosophies in life and this makes our lifestyle lifestyles diverse and unique. We should not judge others' happiness from our biased perspective, yet have to be willing to accept and respect their way of thinking accept and respect other ways of thinking and not judge others' happiness from our own inherently biased perspectives .
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Well done, Yuka! I went beyond grammatical corrections and took some creative liberties to clarify the points I thought you were trying to make.
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Thank you very much!
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