Chris Daems blogs over Easter a thoughtful message that connects well with good financial planning. In essence he feels that:
"I reckon part of that decent life is believing what you believe but accepting that you’re on a constant journey of improvement and development." Link.
This ties in well with the view I have found is common to many wealth advisers - that there is a 'stewardship' component to the making and investing of money, and that people that want to invest wisely, and therefore seek advice, are on a journey. Their journey is that they want to improve themselves, provide for the future, and often, provide for a future that includes future generations.
That's a goal worth supporting.