What is this notion of the good life? What is a life worth living? Over the millennia, countless philosophers and wise men have pondered this salient question. How do we define the good life? How is it measured? Most importantly, how do we achieve it?
This project is a journey that is much more about the journey and much less about the destination.
So what is a life worth living?
Is it a life filled to the brim with pleasures, both pleasures of the flesh and pleasures of the mind?
Is it a life with meaning?
For me, personally, it is the latter. I believe a life worth living is a life with meaning, with a purpose of some sort, and those of us (all of us as a matter of fact) who do not know their purpose owe it to themselves and to the world to find out what that meaning truly is. This is a journey I have been on for quite some time and I feel I am no closer to the end than when I began; in fact, I almost would conjecture I am further behind than I was when I began.
Such is the nature of life I suppose.