What do you consider good living?
In the context of how you view material items and or people. In other words is good living being rich or is it having friends and loved ones?
I'm surprised nobody has answered this question. My answer is both, but that still may not be the best answer. So, please somebody else chime in.
To be content with what you have achieved in your life so far, and to be healthy. If you have your health, then you are lucky, also to have people around you who care about you and you care for them too. Material items are no good without your health or people to share them with.
To me good living is having the support of your family and friends in all walks of life.
To live a good life to me means not doing any harm to anyone. I always think of others while I do something. Good living means leading a peaceful and quiet life.
Good living is being with family and friends and not wanting the newest stuff and making sure you know what you want to do. just have fun and live life to the fullest.
i would consider a good living as after paying my bills from my wages i would have an equal amount left to spend on my family and friends.
For me, its having decent money and loved ones. Decent means I should have enough for all that is necessary and being such a travel freak, I should also save enough for my traveling. Everyone would want to be rich if given a chance but I do not think so much about being rich. But yes, I want a tad bit more than its required. But given a choice between money and loved ones I would definitely choose the latter.
Good living for me is happiness with close family and close friends, getting together and having a good time. Having a simple life is the best
Good living doesn't have to mean having a collection of materialistic things. I know many people who every gadget and toy on the market and are not happy. Good living, in my opinion, is enjoying the people that you are with and having a good time. Living simply. If you have time every day to do something you enjoy, then you are living well.
Having friends and loved ones, there's nothing better than spending time with those closest to me.
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