In today's stimulus-response world we don't spend much time thinking about the consequences of our actions, our decisions, or even our purpose. There is no right way, though I am sure there are plenty of wrong ways, to ask yourself appropriate questions and move forward in one's life.
I have seen a number of folks blog about creating a "gratitude list". My wife has one. It's about time I started one. It basically helps you have a list of all the things to be grateful for, and every day you add a couple and you see over time just how much you have to be grateful for.
You've heard the lecture: you shower every day, don't you? You eat every day, don't you? You watch The Office every week, don't you? Then why don't you have a dedicated time learning about, spending time with, and getting to really know, your Lord, your God, your Savior?....
The secret to digital bliss is not just to own one Apple product... but all of them.