Whatever choice or possession of natural goods - health and strength, wealth, friends and the like - will most conduce to the contemplation of God is best: this is the finest criterion. But any standard of living which either through excess or defect hinders the service and contemplation of God is bad.
--The Eudemian Ethics
Discussion of this passage, HERE.
Even more Aristotelian advice, HERE.
|Athena advises Odysseus|
Query: Can Athena teach us about God?
Answer: Does Homer instruct Milton?