Aristotle Eucation, Spiritual Happiness , Virtue
These assisting ends are actually means towards the highest aim, and each of these aims or end should lead towards supreme good. For Aristotle, the supreme purpose of human life is spiritual pleasure. Humans are not born to run towards physical pleasures that are temporary, but they should strive for the spiritual pleasure which can give real happiness to the soul.
Commonly, people equate happiness with sensual pleasure which is sufficient for the satisfaction of animal soul. Aristotle, however, considers human life as much higher than that of animals, and it should go for the spiritual happiness or Eudaimonia.