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What is the good life? Per the definition of the Greek philosophers, it is not having a great time, drinking, flirting and gambling online. Read the great work of Aristotle for a reminder about what Greek Philosophy is all about. It is having a life that is good because it adds good value to human kind. Thinking and talking about virtue are some of the best things that a person can do with his life according to them. It does not mean having a life centered on shallow pleasures like online poker and casinos, partying and drinking until the early hours of the morning, eating for greed and not hunger. Greek philosophers may not have been ready to deal with modern life as we know it but their thinking still applies. It can be harder to have a good life now than it was in their time, as young people are constantly bombarded with entertainment, advertisement and peer pressure from texting or the Web, that it may be hard for them not to succumb to the temptation from the sight of college dropouts who made millions of dollars playing online poker or other vain celebrities. Take Joe Cada as an example. He won the 2009 world series of poker main event and earned enough millions to retire at the young age of 22. As good as a lottery ticket, plus the fame, television appearances and sponsorship from pokerstars, the leading holdem room. Use the pokerstars bonus code 2014 if you want to log on and see the best players in action. He still wanted to keep on playing online poker hoping to make even more money so he became a professional sponsored poker pro at pokerstars. And women are easily attracted to him given his wealth and celebrity status. So does he live the good life? Not in the sense intended by the philosophers. The pursuit of wealth from card games is a totally wasteful activity that does not let him focus his mind on what is really important to consider as a human being: seeking order and beauty in the universe.

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