This sounds great, but I'd like to ask a Devil's Advocate question. It seems that you are tying the common good to one's personal good, as that pertains to reflecting on one's own actions and making choices based on those reflections. Is the human good limited to this, or do the results of those thoughts and actions play a role in one's personal good? And if so, how does this relate to the common good? Does the common good involve results as well as reflective thoughts and actions, which means that one might judge one free society as better than another free society in terms of results? Or must one by necessity only look at thoughts and actions (not results) when evaluating the common good?