Galations Chapter Six states essentially that the “good life” is the “God life.” “Eudaemonia” is that sense of “well-being” that comes from living the life God intended for you. Several themes drive Paul’s instruction on “right living”: be God centered; be creative; be focused on the work you were created to do; live in the freedom of the Spirit. In this attitude, Paul follows the ancient Greeks concerning the virtuous life as well as the self-improvement gurus of today. The core difference is that those other “ways to happiness” are human based, and incomplete. Paul points out in his other writings that the “freedom” which he teaches is from the Holy Spirit–the Spirit of Christ transforming us to live the “supernatural” life of the Kingdom here and now.