"That's good enough." We all say it to ourselves and others when dealing with a project. Buy why? Why settle when we know "good enough" rarely is? A greater question is why settle for a good enough life when a GREAT LIFE is obtainable?In The Best Things In Life J. R. Miller addresses the Best Things and the path that can lead us to a truly great life. "He who is satisfied with himself and with his attainments is not living worthily. A wholesome life ever sees better things yet to be reached. It is true, as Browning says, When the fight begins within himself, A man's worth something."Being good is not enough; striving to be better is not the loftiest aim. Nothing less than the best should ever satisfy an immortal being."J.R.M.James Russell Miller was a popular Christian author, Editorial Superintendent of the Presbyterian Board of Publication, and pastor of several churches in Pennsylvania and Illinois. He was the General field Agent for the United States Christian Commission, an organization established by the Young Men's Christian Association after the First Battle of Bull Run. Miller authored nearly 100 books and articles.