Many of us have spent a lot of time aiming to acquire things that we thought would help us look as if we live the good life.
The Good Life is relative. How and if you live the good life is relative to how you define, “The Good Life” Some people even go as far as to validate themselves based on how and if they assimilate, “The Good Life’
We have witnessed many popular and even famous people fall from grace. We responded to their demise by saying how much we thought they were living the good life.
As I hear about more and more people suffering through grave illness, I now wonder if living the good life is really about health and wellness, not about acquiring material things, or being socially acceptable in life or on social media.
Now is the time to take an honest self assessment of what the Good Life really is and what it really means to you.