What’s the point when good things never seem to last very long?
Oscar Wilde once said that ‘Pleasure is the only thing that one should live for, nothing ages like happiness’. But why does the law of diminishing returns seem to apply - even to pleasure? Why do we so easily find ourselves on the hedonistic treadmill? Al Stewart explains some ancient wisdom on how to keep your compass in a sea of pleasure.
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Al Stewart is one of City Bible Forum's National Communicators. He has been teaching the Bible for over 30 years. Al was also involved in commencing the Geneva Push and was the chairman of the Katoomba Christian Convention from 2005-2014. He served as a bishop and as a director with the Sydney Diocese of the Anglican Church before taking up the role of Chief Operating Officer for City Bible Forum. He is married to Kathy and they have 4 grown children.