A boy asks a person a philanthropist why he helped a lot of people. So he replied:

I get happiness and satisfaction by / from helping people.

So what will be used: from/by?

(I read this somewhere)

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    in could be used too, "I get happiness and satisfaction in helping people."
    – Bella Swan
    Mar 25 '19 at 6:37

I get happiness and satisfaction by/from helping people.

Either version is correct. You can't go wrong with either one. I can't say one sounds better than the other.

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