I did not manage to capture the name of this work, but I believe it epitomizes the Good Life theme of Sharing the Good Life through its portrayal of a mother and child in their home. The combined experience that a family undergoes represents Sharing in the manner that once a child is born in to a family, the whole dynamic of that family changes. Parents serve the purpose of becoming mentors and memories for their children. Such mentors that will share the experience with their children up until adulthood, showing them the ropes until they have a grasp on the way the world works, until they know how to pursue the Good Life. Beyond that experience, their work as memories allows their children to share the experience of the Good Life through these defining memories of bliss, of pain, of enlightenment, of humor. This depiction of Sharing the Good Life has morphed the meaning of parenthood as much as it has of the theme itself in my mind and I now have a new take on both subjects.