Well, I screwed that question up. I'm actually embarrassed that I didn't think of money as if I either have enough or am too spiritual to care about money. Here is how I answered Brennan:
"I probably would answer on two levels. On one level, the good life is family and friends who walk through life with me--challenges, fun times, etc. It is movie nights with cake, ice cream, and a crowded sofa. It is road trips to the beach with high school friends. It is a long, hard conversation with someone I care about who is hurting. So I'd say that people and good relationships make the good life. On another level, I can't talk about the good life without Jesus who is life and brings dead people to life--real life with God. So I guess the good life for me is about relationships with people and with God through Jesus."
A life without family, friends, and Jesus would be poverty to me. I'm not embarrassed of that.