Enumerating and ordering the things that inform our lives is an essential ingredient of the good life. Most Ethical Humanists have wrestled with life’s larger issues at one time or another. When taken for granted our most hard well-reasoned conclusions about life can become outdated, no longer relating our daily lives. Rationally held beliefs need continual examination to remain vibrant and animating. We need to think about what constitutes the good life, and we need to urge others to do the same.