socrates tells us that quot the unexamined life is not a life worth living for a human being quot is this a worthwhile moral ideal 1

Socrates tells us that “the unexamined life is not a life worth living for a human being.” Is this a worthwhile moral ideal? In what way, do you think, one should “examine” one’s life? Might too much “examination” get in the way of just living out one’s day? Is Socrates asking too much of us?

please answer the questions in about 250 words