CHICAGO — I’ve always believed there is one universal goal in life. That is, in a nutshell, to live well.
In no way is that a profound or “new” thought.
Everyone talks about happiness these days, especially as a goal for how we should be living. It’s that dangling carrot just ahead…and we’re supposed to be perpetually reaching for it. But the problem with happiness as a goal is that when we don’t live up to our own unrealistic notions of happiness, it affects us. And not in a good way. So, when considering the universal goal…to live well…we really shouldn’t think of happiness as a substitute. But then if “living well” isn’t “happiness”, just what exactly is it?
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