Re: What is the measure of a good life?
Question: What is the measure of a good life?
Bill George: Well I think the measure of a good life is knowing what you believe, being true to that, and having close family relationships that can . . . those belief sets and those . . . can be passed on through the generations; and watching others flourish with whom you come in contact; and feeling like that each day that you're encountering and dealing with people, you're helping make their lives a little bit better, just like they're making your life a little bit better; and that you leave something behind in terms of a sense of permanence in making a difference.
Recorded on: 7/6/07
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