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3. Which categories of people do you fall under? Great job on the crosswords! Now use the same vocabulary to fill-in-the blanks. Complete the Fill-in-the-blanks quiz now!
1. How many different lifestyles are mentioned?
There is a third group, the ordinary people in our society. They hold a full-time job and they like to go out with their families on weekends. They don’t turn their backs on religion; they’re not politically savvy and they’re not famous or well off. But they are contented. While they may not show it, who knows, they could be the happiest people in our society.
Other people in our society believe that true happiness comes from contentment. Priests, monks and many religious people are common representatives of this group. They live their lives following religious creeds, and sacrificing their own autonomy and happiness in the process.
Accumulate (accumulating): To gather someone or something togather.
Turn one’s back on (turn their backs): To abandon or reject something completely.
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Representative: To take the place of someone.
wielding power or having authority over others. For these people "success" means accumulating as much wealth as possible. However, these people often live unhappy lives; they seek happiness through wealth and material possessions rather than relationships.
2. What is the author’s conclusion about happiness?
People live by different rules, beliefs and attitudes. To some people "happiness" means
Wield (wielding): To exercise influence.