Do you ever think about what will happen to you the day after you die? Will you go to a better place? If so, was it because you are a good person? Is your definition of being a good person based on comparing yourself to other people? By taking you through several phases of life, the author brings to light through personal experiences how we are influenced by those around us how we think about what it means to be a good person. This influence establishes the lens through which we view ourselves as being a good person. The majority of people really do not give serious thought about our existence after we die. Most people believe they are good and whatever that existence is, they will go to a "better place" when they die. Do you know for sure? Who is it that defines who is "good"? This book will provoke you to carefully consider your definition of being a good person and how you can be sure you make it into God's Kingdom. You have an appointment with the Creator. Scott Johnson was born and currently resides in southern Indiana. Now retired, he spent over 37 years in support of the Department of Defense as an engineering leader and senior manager. With a Master's Degree in Engineering and a Public Administration, Scott has many years of experience working with a wide variety of business and personal topics. He is a martial arts instructor and serves as the adult Sunday school teacher at Grace Full Gospel Church with 35 years of teaching experience. Scott is married to his wife of 35 years Paula and has one son Matthew.