“Life’s top senses” – is all about well being. Well-being is an over-all term for the health of a person, for example their cultural, economic, psychological, medical or spiritual state. A high degree of well-being means in a few sense the average person condition is positive, while low well-being is associated with negative happenings.

Philosophical analysis of well-being recognizes a variety of sorts of theory, such as: hedonism, desire-fulfillment theory, objective-list theory, perfectionism, plus some ‘blended’ or ‘cross types’ views of well-being. Well-being features in normative moral theories, most utilitarianism notably; one do not need to be considered a utilitarian, or a consequentialist, more generally, to feel that well-being is a moral matter. Any plausible moral theory shall give at least some role to well-being.