I am taking an example of factory workers family----
A factory worker spends his life with his meagre, yet hard earned income. He is happy with his earning acquired after working for several hours at the factory. He experiences joy when he comes back home after his day's work and is welcomed by his family. Due to his hard physical labor, he lives away from the risks to die by a heart attack, hypertension, high blood sugar or cholesterol. He has limited resources and therefore limited desires to be fulfilled. This is also the key to his happiness. His family manages to feel happy by sharing small joys of life among themselves. In contrast to the greedy and insatiable desires and ambitions of a family owner who extends his working hours, spends sleepless nights, fails to spare time for his family and lives life in perpetual stress rather than with joy, a factory owner's life is more peaceful and basic need oriented. He is never part of any rat-race and doesn't have to compromise his mental peace or run after fame or success. A factory worker lives life as it comes to him. He accepts his access to limited resources and aims to live more in little joys offered to him in his daily life.