About the blog

For the past 20 years, at least, I have dedicated myself to living a good life. This blog primarily is devoted to my reflections regarding this quest, and draws upon my Christian faith, knowledge of psychological science, and personal experiences. Topics vary, but include religion/spirituality, culture, happiness, relationships, work, and leisure.

Obviously, what constitutes a good life, and how to live a good life, are very debatable topics, and I surely don’t know all of the answers. Because of this, I invite you to join me on this quest. Feel free┬áto add comments to my posts or to contact me directly with your thoughts.

One Response to About the blog

  1. Rick Rawson says:

    “Obviously, what constitutes a good life, and how to live a good life, are very debatable topics…” There is no doubt about the truth of this statement but, curiously, at the same time, it is provocative. My question is, if Jesus is the smartest man ever to have walked on the planet, and if Jesus was the great teacher that we judge him to have been, then why don’t we Christians have, not just a good answer, but an excellent and definitive answer to the question of how to live a good life? Or maybe we do, but for some reason don’t implement it. After all, Jesus said, “I came that you might have life abundantly.” That sounds an awful lot like a reference to “the good life.” I haven’t read all your posts, but based on the few that I have read, I’m reasonably sure you’ve thought about this question, at least in some form. I’d appreciate hearing (reading!) your thoughts if you have time.

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