I tried to post something to this comment and I guess I canceled it out ... not sure. So, if you happen to see two of these responses, please forgive me. In answer to this original post, I would not say: “I do not want such a kind of life.” However, I would understand the thought the person was trying to convey. Especially, if it came from a non-native speaker. The words “kind” and “such” mean the same thing and would be redundant to use in the sentence together. Typically, you will hear: “ I do not want such a life.“ Or “I do not want this type of life.” However, I don’t know if this would translate correctly into the Polish sentence listed in this lesson.