One of the surprising findings when you look at the science of well-being and the culture of human flourishing is that traditionally these questions of the good life - how do we flourish - were asked within the context of philosophy and literature and perhaps theater and art. Nowadays, the strategic approach to these questions is more in the social sciences so it’s surprising and interesting that we have a set of questions that has traditionally been asked by disciplines in the arts and humanities now being asked in the social sciences, like to measure things and that’s important. Those in the arts and humanities tend to be interested in meaning, whether or not it’s measurable.