You probably invest time improving your relationships, getting greater responsibility at work, managing your money, fixing things around the house, honing your golf game and – in this day and age – keeping up with your ability to navigate technology. It’s part of the human condition to want to get better. And it’s admirable. But there may be an unintentional consequence. You can become so focussed on doing life better that you forget you need God to experience life at its best. This is why one of the most important things you can do just happens to be one of the most counterintuitive: find the weakness. Seek out your imperfections, embrace your mistakes, dwell in your worst moments, look into the eyes of someone who has been pushed to the edges of life, spend time with those who have been beaten up by life, go to the unsuccessful and find those who are broken. This is where God is present. This is where God’s love is shining. This is where there is hope and life. And this is where you find life at its best.