Art and the Good Life: One of my favorite parts of the museum was the section dedicated to Frida Kahlo. Although she was considered very strange by many people, I admire her individuality and strength to resist conforming to society's standards. This section had many portraits and images of Frida Kahlo, and lots of biographical information. Frida Kahlo was a living example of choosing to live your own life, which is an important concept in finding the good life. She didn't conform to society, and didn't let society's barriers, such as the inferiority of women, stop her from living as she pleased. It was yet another reminder that in order to reach the good life, we must not be afraid to go against societal norms and expectations, and showed me that although people may be seen as an "outcast" in current society, one day people will appreciate them and admire what they have done.