Less materialistic people choose to live a good life instead of 'the good life'. That sounds nobler, but what exactly does that mean? Again, each person defines that by their own standards. It may be measured by lots of travel or checking off a bucket list of experiences. But, is living a good life a good enough life to live?
I believe the purpose of life...is a life of purpose. A life of purpose is the only life good enough to live. It doesn't require the gathering of things or experiences to be called good. The purposeful life is decided instead by the needs of others. It’s measured by the amount of good done and the accumulation of positively changed lives.
Take Away: A life of purpose is the only life good enough to live.