Thursday, August 30, 2007

Better Than Best?

Okay, logically speaking, if the first book is about creating Your Best Life Now, how do you do better than that? How do you get better than best?
The new book is Become a Better You. Why should anyone buy and believe this one? If I have already achieved my best life -- which I assume means it is as good as it gets -- is it possible I can still get better?

Do you see yet that this stuff, for all its claims to create success and satisfaction, is just a self-perpetuating cycle that creates dissatisfaction, discontentment? This "being a better you" stuff is self-idolatry; it is the new legalism, because it exalts the ever-"improving" self over satisfaction with Christ.

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