Can a person truly be happy in this day and age despite one's circumstances? True happiness depends on our walking in God's law (Psalms 119:1-8). If we do this, God will consider us "faultless" in our way, or as a person keeping or holding fast to their integrity. Being faultless does not mean we're perfect, but it does indicate that we are striving to do God's will. Noah "proved faultless among his contemporaries" as a man who "walked with the true God" (Genesis 6:9, 1st Peter 3:20). No doubt Noah and his family found true happiness in doing God's will unitedly as a family and as individuals.
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Yes...yes. Inner happiness depends on one's faith...devotion to the Ideal, One just needs to accommodate the fact that the Ideal may differ from person to person, like a rose from a dahlia, but both enhancing the beauty of the garden. Much Love.